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The Daily Dispatch: June 12, 1861., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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bed. Mr. Smith commences with a life-like picture of his ill-fated lovers: "They married in the summer time As I have not remarked before; His name was Clarance Fitz Moreese, And hers was Ann Augusta More, And ah! they made the bridal-trip To where old Margate's waters roar." In the next passage, we have a delicate intimation of Ann Augusta's instability: "At Tivoll, on Margate's shore, The pair enjoyed a graceful hop, Where Mrs. Clarance Fitz Moreese, Met Mr. James Adonis Pop- Kins, who had come from Sandwich, where He kept a decent barber-shop." Though no disclosure is made, yet the reader cannot fail to suspect that this meeting at vengeance there. Mr. Smith thus describes the harrowing scene on the cliff: "They stood together on the ledge-- The husband, barber, and the wife-- And Clarance Fitz Moreese turned pale As infant child deprived of life, While all the trio gazed upon The foaming tide with battle rife." Next we have a strikingly dramatic e