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Chinese cakes from one of our baskets, added insult to injury; for, having thus refreshed himself with supper, he betook himself to rest beside the tin-chai, on his bed of straw on the floor. Partial as the Chinaman is to this animal the close proximity of the porker was too much for the interpreter and was the cause of his violent wrath !
FAC-SIMILE OF A KNIFE-LIKE CHARM.
END OF VOLUME I.
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