A Man Of Letters





WHEN Mr. Wilkes was in the meridian of his popularity, a man in a

porter-house, classing himself as an eminent literary character, was

asked by one of his companions what right he had to assume such a title.

Sir, says he, I'd have you know, I had the honor of chalking number

45 upon every door between Temple Bar and Hyde Park-corner.





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