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St. Andrew Avellino, A. D. 1608. Sts. Trypho and Respicius, A. D. 250. St. Nympha, 5th Cent. St. Justus, Abp. of Canterbury, A. D. 627. St. Milles, Bp., and Sts. Abrosimus and Sina, A. D. 341.
DAY AFTER LORD MAYOR'S DAY.
London on the 10th of November.
Thin attendance on 'Change to-day—dull eyes—languid countentance—a little nervous this morning—fresh demand for soda-water and ginger-beer—much breakfasting at the coffee-houses about twelve—scrags of mutton in great request—confounded head-ache—shall be home early to-morrow, my dear—let me have a little broth—deuce take the lord mayor; I'll never go again.*—
Scotch Fir. Pinus Silvestris.
Dedicated to St. Nympha.
Notes [all notes are Hone's unless otherwise indicated]:
1. Morning Advertiser, Nov. 15, 1824. [return]