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t forwards upon their j
ourney. But discovering
by their much longer c
ontinuance at Huntingdo
n than at Cambridge, th
at their business at th
e last place was not su
ch as was pretended, an
d by not making their e
nquiries into Oliver's
pedigree with that caut
ion and secresy which w
as necessary in such an
affair, the true purpo
se of their errand into
England became quickly
known at London, and w
as very much talked of,
which causing great sc
andal among the _Saints
_, he was forced sudden
ly to pack them out of
the kingdom, without gr
Notes and Queries, Number 32, June 8, 1850 by Various