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Title The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists
Page 1015
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Text `I can't see nothing to laugh at,' cried Grinder angrily. `For my part I wouldn't give you tuppence for all the honorariums in the country. I move that we pay 'im a sum of money.'

`I'll second that,' said another member of the Band - one of those who had cried `Hear, Hear.'

Alderman Sweater said that there seemed to be a little misunderstanding and explained that an honorarium WAS a sum of money.

`Oh, well, in that case I'll withdraw my resolution,' said Grinder. `I thought you wanted to give 'im a 'luminated address or something like that.'

Didlum now moved that a letter of thanks and a fee of fifty guineas be
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