Excerpt from Tales of My Landlord, Vol. 1 of 4
I may, without vanity, presume that the and oﬂicial description prefixed to this I will secure it, from the sedate and reﬂecting Fmankind, to whom only I would be under 0 address myself, such attention as is due to dulous instructer of youth, and the careful mer of my Sabbath duties, I will forbear to pacandle to the day-light, or to oint out to icious those recommendations 0 my labours they must necessarily anticipate from the l of the title-page. Nevertheless, I am not re, that, as envy always dogs Merit at the there may be those who will whisper, that my learnin and good principles cannot d be the. I-ieavens) be denied by any one, at my situation at. Gandercleugh hath been 'avourable to my acquisitions in learning than enlargement of my views of the ways and of the present generation. To the which ion, if, peradventure, any such shall be start 7 answer shall be three-fold.
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