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THE SPORTING ADVENTURES OF
THOMAS SCOTT, ESQ.
“JIANDLEY CROSS,” “SPONGE'S SPORTING
TOUR," ETC., ETC.
WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY PHIZ.
BRADBURY, AGNEW, & CO., 8, 9, 10, BOUVERIE ST.
All we have got to say in the way of a preface to this work is, that our friend Tom Scott, seeing his Adventures advertised as the sporting adventures of “Thomas Scott, Esquire," wrote to us to say that he calls himself Mister--Mr. Thomas Scott, and that he has “ Thomas Scott, FARMER, HAWBUCK GRANGE," in honest parliamentary-sized letters, without flourish or eye-mystifying gewgaw, on the back of his dog-cart, as any one who likes to inspect it may see.
LONDON, October, 1817.