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Rehearsal (Newspaper) - October 14, 1804, London, Middlesex : Wfl> took jthe fame Courfe-1 And meeting W.C, in the Street, laid on him with bis Cane, This forc'fi the Hero; tp Draw, and run a-vvay Backwards, fill he wasffo'pt &y a WallwTilth he fully proved'at the TryaL"Then Mf.-! Zfcjr*n* Drew likewifc, and f*r/W him, till he came to his ' Country'm. Now Swords ate put, I am Pleas'd} Now what came on't ? I'D. give, it you in JfT-CVown Words, in 6is Relatipc of this Combatft p.. i 5. whereMfays thus* / threw fir ft my Hat at\h\rriA which mif?dj>im'9 afterwards', f tmew my Peruke, V which hit upon his SMder : ,Ifo\k 'ih'dt 6'p$rtunity, and made ahomex TafsathimSais'M, DEMW, that is not Fair-But W, C. p. 38. Proves it to be Fair, out of Spel-man's Glojfary* Country-m. "Was therV5o"*W flied then o"ri either fide ? Obf. No. Company came in and Parted them. Elfe W. C. might have thrown his Head at him next time. Country-m, And is this the end of the Story ? Is this the Conclufion of your Romance f Obf No, No. W, C. gpt a Second, was too hard for them all. Country-m. I don*t find he needed any. But what Secohd did he Chobfe ? Obf. It Was my Lord Chief Juflice HOLT. For he's a Knight, and fo, a Man of War. Atleaft it was fo in Spelman\ Glojfary. Country-m, And did his Lordjhip meet them ? Obf Yes. Three of them all together, viz., Mr. Nathaniel Denew, Mr. Robert Britton, and Mr. John Merriam. And there were TWELVE Judges of the Field. Who all gave it againft W. C. That rhere was no Confpiracy to AJfajfmate him, as he was Terribly Afraid', only a few Dry Blows Deiign'd, to Teach him better Manners. However, the Law cou'd not avoid taking Notice of Afault and Bat* tery^ and Find Mr. Denew for that. And fo W. C came off Victoria I Sic Freya fv.it, ftc Guifa peraSa eft : Vnantc intered fpiUata eft Droppa Cruqris, Cburiirjf-m. If there is no Great Honour, there is fome Money to be^ot, I find, by being Drubbed. An I^jfmgHc-i and .a Bad pair of Hands, may Prove a/Pretty Thriving Trade, with Good Ma^ nagement. r Btft what beConies of your 20 Cut-Throat Com* mifioners of the Blood pjfif e, at this Rate ? You fee, That as raajiy of th^m as were TV^V, were all Acjukof any Deftgrio�u4ftajftnatien. Otif. W^at.lignifies:being Acquit > We can keep up Ae Cry and the Noife of it ftill. It is necefia-ry we* ihou'd do lb. It win* Blacken thefe Churcb-Menftil], with alVthat HeBeve US; which thou knpw^ft are^not a Few. Therefore, in npy Obfer-. vamoi SATVRDAt Sennight, the 7thInftant, I fall again tJjp^fi thh m
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