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obody else could do it, has a debtor named James McBride, residing on Franklin street. McBride owesMcBride owes Peters one dollar and sixteen cents; Peters had called one hundred and sixteen times, at least, to demand payment — McBride having always a good reason for requesting Mr. Peters to call again. Thee law of General Winder was in operation, and McBride had no funds but such as would make him liablsaid Peters eagerly. "No you don't," answered McBride; "I can't be trapped that way — you want to h sum as one dollar and sixteen cents ? " said McBride in a tone of indignant expostulation; "I am a, soon after the commencement of watch hours, McBride was roused by a startling knock at his front sixteen cents." "Get away, you rowdy," cried McBride from aloft, "or I'll throw something at you."der and vowed he could knock all night unless McBride should come down and honorably discharge the Mr. Peters did not take into consideration.--McBride roared from the window for the watchmen, who,