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Opening: 21 verso, 22 recto
Date(s) of entries: nd
Author: George H. Murphy
Content: Commentary; Waybill

Number: MSN/CW 8011-1

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The chief buisness of these people in life is to chronicle family disgraces and misfortunes, to store their memories with disreputable transactions of every kind, and to be always prepared, on the first mention of a name, to connect its owner with some memorable blot, or some unfortunate event of years before The enternal disparagement of this class of people render life too

bitter to be enjoyable. society in every department suffers from the practice of universal malevolence of this class

Way Bill 19th

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