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SKETCH OF OLD ENGLAND.

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“ Republicanism, as it exists beyond the Atlantic, in all the glories of bundling, gouging, negro-driving, and dram-drinking ; such poems as the Colum such speeches as Mr. Adams makes at convivial meetings ; and young ladies, who, when asked to dance, reply, "I guess I bave no occasion.

QUARTERLY REVIEW. “Often while waiting at table, and listening to their disgusting opinions, I have been called forward by one of the guests, and struck in the face severely, for some trivial mistake I had committed in serving him with food. In South Carolina, the guests do not hesitate to chastise their entertainers' servants whenever they feel disposed; and a party of white people there, offen make cursing and beating their slaves in attendance, ibeir chief employment during dinner.” BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE.

" Any American will gratify a stranger by giving an account of bimself; and if the truth is uofavourable to him, he will invent falsehoods, rather than not play the egotist.” * The Americans are more detestable than any other people under the influence of ardent spirits Liquor only serves to draw forth their ırạtugal coarseneasy inso’eace, and rankness of feelings."

Ho vison's TRAVELS. These scourgers and murderers of slaves."

EDINBURGH REVIEW.

IN IWOVOLUMES.

VOL. I.

NEW-YORK:
CHARLES WILEY, 3 WALL-STREET.

1822.
J. Seymour, pripter.

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Southern Districi of New York, ss.

forty-sixth year of the Independence of the United States of America, that Charles Wiley of the said District, hath deposited in this office the title of a book, the right whereof he claims as proprietor, in the words following, to wit:

“ A Sketch of Old England, by a New-England Man.

“ Republicanism, as it exists beyond the Atlantic, in alt the glories of bundling, gouging, negro-driving, and dram-drinking ; such poems as the Columbiad ; such speeches as Mr. Adams makes at convivial meetings; and young ladies, who, when asked to dance, reply," I guess I have no occasion."

QUARTERLY REVIEW. Often while waiting at table, and listening to their disgusting opinions, I have been called forward by one of the guests and struck in the face severely, for some tiigiad ristala hån comshitler serving him with food. In South Carolina: the guests do not hesitate to chastise tbeir entertainers' servanos sve never they feel disposed, and a party of white people there, often make cursing and beating their slaves in attendance, their chief employment during dinner.' :: Boca WOOD's MAGAZINE

" Any American will gratilya starobyo gnging an account of himself; and if the truth is unfavourable to bin, he will invent falsehoods, rather than not play the egotist!: The Americans, are more detestable than any other people under the infuence of ardentespirits. Liquor only serves to draw forth their natural coarsebess, idsolence, and rankness of feelings

• Howison's TRAVELS. "These Scourgers and murderers of slaves."

EDINBURGH REVIEW.
In conformity to the Act of the Congress of the United States, entitled
" An Act for the encouragement of Learning, by securing the copies of
Maps, Charts, and Books, to the authors and proprietors of such copies,
during the time therein mentioned " And also to an Act, entitled “an
Act, supplementary to an Act, entitled an Act for the encouragement of
Learning, by securing the copies of Maps, Charts, and Books, to the au-
thors and proprietors of such copies, during the times therein mentioned,
and extending the benefits thereof to the arts of designing, engraving, and
etching historical and other prints.”

JAMES DILL,
Clerk of the Southern District of New York.'

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