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What in the name of Common Senseis to recommend Brinshore? — Amost insalubrious Air — Roads pro::verbially detestable — Water Brackishbeyond example, impoſsible to get agood dish of Tea within 3 milesof the place — & as for the Soil it is so cold & ungrateful that itcan hardly be made to pro yeild grow a Cabbage. — Depend upon it Sir, thatthis is a faithful Description ofBrinshore — not in the smallestdegree exaggerated — & if you haveheard it differently spoken of " "Sir, I never heard it spoken ofin my Life before, said Mr . Heywood. I did not know there was such aplace in the World." —"You didnot! — There my Dear — (turning withexultation to his Wife) — you see howit is. So much for the Celebrity ofBrinshore! — This Gentleman did not know there was such a place inthe World. Why, in truth Sir, I fancy I fancy Sir,1 we mayapply to Brinshore, thoseat2 lines ofthe Poet Cowper in his description


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