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Excerpt from "My Kinsman, Major Molineux"

Excerpt from "My Kinsman, Major Molineux" illustrating the character of Robin's companion at the end of the tale.

Excerpt from "My Kinsman, Major Molineux"
"Oh, he was a very ill-favored fellow, Sir," replied Robin, "with two great bumps on his forehead, a hook nose, fiery eyes, and, what struck me as the strangest, his face was of two different colors. Do you happen to know such a man, Sir?"

"Not intimately," answered the stranger, "but I chanced to meet him a little time previous to your stopping me. I believe you may trust his word, and that the Major will very shortly pass through this street. In the meantime, as I have a singular curiosity to witness your meeting, I will sit down here upon the steps, and bear you company."

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