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he guitar was tabooed, boots were interdicted, and the bell was muffled. If Mr. Vincent wished to enjoy a quiet cigar he must go out of the house, lest the smoke mi disease, and no doctor near. If coal was to be placed in the grate, either Mr. Vincent was to put it in lump by lump, with his fingers, or Thomas must come in on tiptoe, leaving his boots below, lest the noise should disturb "the baby." Mr. Vincent must lie in one position till he was full of aches from the crown of his head tsubject to tyranny, which seemed to be a condition of its existence. If Mr. Vincent's watch chain attracted its attention, the watch must come from the pocket anty to one that it had been given to "the baby;" and, on all such occasions, Mr. Vincent's vexation was treated with merited indifference. If, as often happened, af "the baby" still cried immoderately and annoyingly, it was quite as much as Mr. Vincent's life was worth to express the least vexation or impatience. He might be r