The Private Secretary. "Excuse me, Madam? but, d'you know, I fancy you must be a connection of mine--I see such a resemblance to our family. I am the Rev. Robert Spalding!"
Lord Fancourt Babberley. "Oh yes; and I'm Charley's Aunt, and Robert's Cousin."
The P. S. "Dear me! Fancy that!"]
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