The Late Lord Audley





MR. PHILIP THICKNESSE, father of the late Lord Audley, being in want of

money, applied to his son for assistance. This being denied, he

immediately hired a cobbler's stall, directly opposite his lordship's

house, and put up a board, on which was inscribed, in large letters,

Boots and shoes mended in the best and cheapest manner, by Philip

Thicknesse, father of Lord Audley. His lordship took the hint, and

the board was removed.





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