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THE ADVENTURES OP REUBEN DAVIDGER.
mary of his was, that his father had taken to farming, and left him the corn business.
Bill made room for me in his house, and there I am at present staying. My search after my relations has not been very successful. I cnn gain no tidings of sister Polly, but of Annie, the eldest, I hear that she lias married Mr. Levy the clothier's son, and that the pair are now in thriving business in Liverpool. My next sister is dead. So is my Cable Street aunt. So is her brother Sampson, the stevedore. His niece Margaret I discovered alive, and charing at eighteen-pence a day. Finding that lier ambition soared no higher than a comfortable laundry business, with a mangle attached, it was instantly provided for her, and, I am happy to say, she is getting along very well. As for me, having written my Bornean adventures, I am reduced to silting smoking at the window from morning till night, and wondering what I shall do next.
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