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BY RALPH RIGMAROLE, ESQ.
Most of our readers are, we dare say, ignorant of this term in printing. It is used to express the confusion into which matter composed in types is thrown by any untoward accident;-such as a fall or inadvertence of an over-hilarious devil. If the mistake be carelessly and only partially repaired (which sometimes occurs from the anxiety of the man, who has done the mischief, to conceal it), the consequence is, that words,