The North Briton, XLVI Volume 4; numbers complete

 
9781154128192: The North Briton, XLVI Volume 4; numbers complete
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1772 Excerpt: ... kind invitation to repeat them; but wishing you all happiness in all places, am, dear Sir, Your most obliged, and affectionate friend, THO. BREWSTER. A Letter of the Reverend Dr. Douglas, Author of several Pamphlets, relative to the Imposture of Archibald Bower, and of other Pieces. Half-Moon-street, Piccadilly, April 1, 1762. S I R, XOU will excuse the trouble I give you, because it is on an affair of infinite concern to my character, and I think you have it in your power to do me justice. A report has been set about, that I am the author of the Observations on the Spanijh Papers, whxh, if it gains credit, will be as prejudicial to my interest, as it is absolutely unsupported by truth. You may please to remember, you told me in the Park, the very day after the pamphlet appeared, that you heard I had writ it. It is become necessary for me, by the advice of the most respectable friends, to trace this groundless storv to the fountain head; and therefore I apply to you, See page 1 of this Volume. begging begging you would recollect who told you I was. the author, that so I may be able effectually to stop the progress of a report, which if at first propagated only wantonly, will, I sear, if not traced to its source, in the end have the same bad effects, as if it had come from the most determined malice. I am, Sir, Your most obedient and most humble servant, JOHN DOUGLAS. Winchester, April 6, 1762. S I R, IHad the honour of your letter at Bafingstoke in my march to this place. When I was last in the foolish circle at the Smyrna, the Observations on the Spanijh Papers were talked of, and as you know the sages there pretend to infinite sagacity, they were generally given to you, though a sew ascribed them to Mauduit, t the author of the famous Considerations. ...

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