Debtor And Creditor

A TRADESMAN having dunned a customer for a long time, the debtor at last

desired his servant one morning to admit him. My friend, said he to

him, I think you are a very honest fellow, and I have a great regard

for you; therefore, I take this opportunity to tell you, that as I shall

never pay you a farthing, you had better go home, mind your business,

and don't lose your time by calling here. As for the others, they are a

set of vagabonds, for whom I have no affection, and they may waste

their time as they please.