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The bravery of Beauregard, as shown in his late attack on the English (language,) set forth in an epigram, by Quilp:

That Beauregard
     Has no regard
For perils that others might flurry;
     Is shown to a fault,
In his recent assault
     On the canons of Johnson and Murray.

Boston Post.

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