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|The Criminal Recorder, or Biographical Sketches of Notorious Public Characters, Vol. 2: Including, Murderers, Traitors, Pirates, Mutineers, ... Swindlers, Housebreakers, Corners,
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Enderson, matthew (museum was the son of honest parents, and born at North Berwick, in Scotland, where he was educated in. The liberal manner customar in that country, and brought. Up in the doctrine o the Christian religion, as prolessed by the Presbyterian. Sir Hugh. Dalrymple being a member of the British parlia ment, took him into his service when fourteen. Yearsof age, and brought him to London. Before he was nineteen ea rs old he married oneof hismaster's maidas' hut ir Hugh, who had a great regardfor him, did not dismiss him, though he was greatly chagrined at this circumstance. Sir Hugh having~ occasion to goout of town for a month, summoned Henderson to assist in dressing him; and while he was thus employed, Sir Hugh's lady going into the room the servant casually trod on her toe. She said not a word on the occasion; hut looked at. Him with a degree of rage that made him extremely. Uneasy. When Sir Hugh had taken his leave, she. Vol. U, a demanded.
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