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Mr. Janney and the Yankee correspondent. Washington Irving the most respectful of all the Yankee writers took occasion, upon having vented the historian, Roscoe at his residence in Liverpool, or wherever he then lived, to write one or the papers of his sketch-book, in which he brought that gentleman prominently before the world in the character of a ruined merchant, supporting our reverses with philosophy and solacing himself with literature. Though the compliments were of the most delica
d are shut against him. He goes to your house to try into your secret thoughts and to betray them to the world through the newspaper he corresponds with.
Under such circumstances we were amazed to find that a man of so much intelligence as Mr. Janney had permitted one of these eavesdropping to enter his house, but not at all surprised — since he had thus adopted him — to find him publishing what he called his conversation to all the We thing the reported conversation hears upon its face o