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Wed Apr 21 09:57:57 PDT 2010

Ur cap crowned the poacher; I repeat it--crowned the poacher; for in
his own estimation, and that of many others too, Ben was, if not quite
an emperor, at least an Agamemnon, a king of men, a natural human
monarch; in truth, he felt as much pride in the title Burke the Poacher
(and with as great justice too, for aught I know), as
Ali-Hamet-Ghee-the-Thug eastwards,
or William-of-Normandy-the-Conqueror
westwards, may be thought respectively to have cherished, on the score
of their murderous and thievish surnames. There
was no small good, afte
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