statement, a much injured man-, I trust you will take the earliest opportunity of inserting this letter in vindication of my character. ... for a sack of charcoal, which justly costs but four, he would do no more than the illustrious individual himself does to his employer, the nation. .... is sufficiently dull to spoil the nighta#39;s rest of a goodnatnred audience, by inducing them to anticipate their proper hour of repose .
|Title||:||The National standard, of literature, science, music [&c.] ed. by F.W.N. Bayley, Vol.1, no.1-vol.3|
|Author||:||Frederick William N. Bayley|