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Tales Of Chinatown (Fiscle Part 3)

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Tales Of Chinatown (Fiscle Part 3)
In The Saloon Bar Of A Public-House, Situated Only A Few Hundred
Yards From The Official Frontier Of Chinatown, Two Men Sat At A
Small Table In A Corner, Engaged In Earnest Conversation. They
Afforded A Sharp Contrast. One Was A Thick-Set And Rather
Ruffianly Looking Fellow, Not Too Cleanly In Either Person Or
Clothing, And, Amongst Other Evidences That At One Time He Had
Known The Prize Ring, Possessing A Badly Broken Nose. His
Companion Was Dressed With That Spruceness Which Belongs To The
Successful East End Jew; He Was Cleanly Shaven, Of Slight Build,
And Alert In Manner And Address.

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