I have read your a#39; Sighs, a#39; sir, and written a critique upon them, in which I have endeavoured to fathom their bathos. ... railed at the vulgar profusion, she nevertheless acquitted herself nobly, especially with regard to a certain rich cake containing a ring and ... When it was over, the chat flowed pleasantly on; and the innocent amusements that Miss Popsy had provided for her guests gave entire satisfaction.
|Title||:||The National Magazine|
|Author||:||John Saunders, Westland Marston|