The scene played out only east of the Town of Perth on a brilliant and bright morning, the thirteenth of June, 1833. Two young fellows remained around sixty feet separated, wearing dark pants, shirts evacuated to uncover their exposed middles. The dueling guns were leveled and the clearing resonated with a boisterous "break" as the guns at the same time released. Billows of smoke from the guns darkened the men for a minute, yet when the smoke cleared, both were all the while standing. They drooped with help, the deed was done, respect had been fulfilled. Neither had extremely needed the duel, however occasions in the course of the most recent couple of weeks had definitely prompted this minute. In any case, now, the second for one of the men shouted out "Load up once more," and made a boisterous and energetic contention that respect would not be fulfilled until the point when the duel went to an unmistakable determination.