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Northern Illinois University
New York Saturday Star Journal
v. 3 no. 145
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The New York Saturday Star Journal, v. III, no. 145, December 21, 1872 (Issue)
(pseudonym used by Whittaker, Frederick, 1838-1889)
December 21, 1872
A Horseman, whose foam-covered and mud-bespattered animal showed that he had ridden furiously over muddy ways, pulled up at the door of the "Royal Charles" Inn, one gloomy day in November, 1632, and shouted in a commanding tone:
Three dead men, and two nigh dead, about the color of a lass's cheek, and this, heaven save the mark!-is what you gallants call An Affair of Honor."