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WEST OF ENGLAND AND jjMtttl Male® MAGAZINE. No. 11. Monday, May 21, 1832. Half-penny, X'Uu&i'atctt Irttde. robber's daughter. Betsy Brown, who was the daughter of a man who obtained a miserable liveli¬ hood by robbing- on the high¬ ways, was thvoug-h the kind¬ ness of a lady early placed at a Sunday school, where she had been five or six yeurs, and had learned the evil of sin, and the mercy of Jesus Christ, and his special tenderness to the young, and his willingness to pardon, to save, and to bless them.