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Text for Page 166 [03-28-1863]

              Cahill and Shepherd, Mary
Ginnerty, the robustuous chambermaid
lives in a perpetual state of scuffle
and yell, when on our floor.   She
likes the exercise, however, and is
perfectly capable of taking care of
herself.       Mullen never wears drawers
or underclothing and exhibited two a
pairs of socks, which he once bought
to Shepherd as an admirable curiosity
Shepherd once, in the boarding house
parlor, turned up the �bold Mullen�s
trousers, in illustration of his not
having adopted civilized customs.  He
was very savage at it.        When Bo-
ley duns him, he swears at her.
He does caricature theatrical
portraits for Haney and outside
jobs, laboring not a minute more
than suffices to keep him in drink.
Cahill has appeared drunk and
foolish at table.    Shepherd mata-
grabolizes sonnets for Harper�s               
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