Till then, keep a bright look out!)
And Richard, too, shall have his share of the spoils of victory.
He has earned them fairly, and, in the main, like a gentleman—making us no needless trouble, and we presume no needless expense.
All was fair and above board, save some little specks in his opening of the case, which we noticed some hours ago, and have long since forgiven.
For the rest, we rather like what we have seen of him; and if anybody has any law business in Otsego, or any libel suits to prosecute anywhere, we heartily recommend Richard to do the work, warranting the client to be handsomely taken in anti done for throughout.
(There's a puff, now, a man may be proud of. We don't give such every day out of pure kindness.
It was Fenimore, we believe, that said on the trial, that our word went a great way in this country.) Can we say a good word for you, gallant foeman?
We'll praise any thing of yours we have read except the Monikins.
But sadder th