A NOTORIOUS egotist, indirectly praising himself for a number of good

qualities which it was well known he had not, asked Macklin the reason

why he should have this propensity of interfering in the good of others

when he frequently met with very unsuitable returns. The cause is plain

enough, said Macklin; impudence,--nothing but stark-staring


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