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Anecdotes of C. de Lauzan and Sir W. Raleigh. Vol. xxiv.

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A preventive of the return of vales-giving proposed. vol.xxiv.

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S I R, - T H E insolence of menial servants throughout England, but more especially in and about this metropolis, is now arrived to an intolerable pitch, and calls aloud for the interposition of the legisla

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This evil arises chiefly from the practice of giving vales; a thing unknown to every other part of Europe, and for which they reproach us. Here it is called generosity, in other countries it is more proPetly named ostentation, not without - * , tomc

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