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Selections From the Letters And Correspondence of Sir James Bland Burges With N

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James Bland Burges
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But what you say is a thing which I have lamented on other occasions besides this. Almost all our young men of fashion have been spoiled by the same thing by having a parcel of dirty low toad-eaters about them, who poison their minds. That man Jackson, who died t'other day, was a terrible fellow, and his other toad-eater, the Pincushion, is just as bad. " Observing that I looked surprised at this phrase, he' laughed and said, " What ! did you never hear this name given to Glover ? " I told him ...I had not. " Then, " said he, " I'll tell you how it happened. Some people were talking a little while ago with the Archbishop of York about the Duke of Leeds and his toad-eaters, and one of them, forgetting Glover's name, mentioned him as the little fat man whom the Duke had brought into the House. ' Oh, ' said the Archbishop, ' you mean the Pincushion. ' ' The Pincushion, my Lord ? \ replied the man. ' Yes, ' said the Archbishop, ' don't you know that the Duke carries him about in his pocket, to stick his pins in when he does not know where else to stick them ?

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