Wesley: How dare you cast a slur upon me,'sir, when you ksow that you yourself were responsible for that Ulegran^t Selwyn-. What!���Hum���er���by the way, so I was. You see, my. onerous duties in the cause 0/ justice sometimes make me tibsent> 1 minded. ,If you don't believe me, askMrTole. > (Observer, 18 September 1909)

Wesley: How dare you cast a slur upon me,'sir, when you ksow  that you yourself were responsible for that Ulegran^t  Selwyn-. What!���Hum���er���by the way, so I was. You see, my. onerous duties in the cause 0/ justice sometimes make me tibsent>  1 minded. ,If you don't believe me, askMrTole. > (Observer, 18 September 1909)
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Wesley: How dare you cast a slur upon me,'sir, when you ksow that you yourself were responsible for that Ulegran^t Selwyn-. What!���Hum���er���by the way, so I was. You see, my. onerous duties in the cause 0/ justice sometimes make me tibsent> 1 minded. ,If you don't believe me, askMrTole. > (Observer, 18 September 1909). Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. /records/7278829

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