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Fnrjeon the Norelist.
The Washington Post (1877-1922) - Washington, D.C.
Date: Dec 8, 1877
Start Page: 3
Pages: 1

From the Philadelphia Times. Mr. Farjeon, still a young man, is rather stoutly built, a little below the medium-height, with a thick growth of black hair, plainly but carefully dressed, and on his face a sable hirsute crop, which may be described as a happy medium between a "Burnside" and a "Dundreary." He appears what he is -- half English and half Jew -- and from a look at him one would be impressed that in his nature are combined the characteristics of a high type of each nationality.

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