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n the morning; but one
had withdrawn, not bein
g able to stand the sev
erity of the test. The
three remaining youths
stood up in their wretc
hed attire, and we ques
tioned them in successi
on. They had all been t
hieves, and all of them
had passed through sev
eral convictions--one t
hrough no less than twe
nty-two. We asked this
last youth how he had c
ome to think of retreat
ing to the Colonial Tra
ining-School. He said,
that he knew he could n
ot go on much longer wi
thout being transported
: he dreaded this fate.
Some companions who ha
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Volume 17, New Series, March 6, 1852 by Various