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The Rector and the Rogue: Being the True and Incredible Account of a Dastardly Hoax Against an Upright (If Rather Stuffy) Divine. It Turned New York Upside Down.

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The Rector and the Rogue: Being the True and Incredible Account of a Dastardly Hoax Against an Upright (If Rather Stuffy) Divine. It Turned New York Upside Down. - Swanberg, W a, and Collins, Paul (Epilogue by)

It began quietly enough one morning in February 1880, with a mutton-chopped Acme Safe Company salesman knocking on the door of Reverend Morgan Dix, the starchiest clergyman in Manhattan's most respectable church. The salesman was surely misdirected, Reverend Dix explained--he had no need for a safe, and he had not made an appointment. But soon ... Read More

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