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Chapter 9: from office to office. Leaves West's works on the evening Post story of Mr. Leggett— Commercial advertiser — spirit of the Times specimen of his writing at this period naturally fond of the drama Timothy Wiggins works for Mr. Redfield the first lift. Horace Greeley was a journeyman printer in this city for fourteen months. Those months need not detain us long from the more eventful periods of his life. He worked for Mr. West in Chatham street till about th
o doing; and another family had immediately taken his place; of which changes, my absence of mind and absence from dinner had kept me ignorant; and thus had I been led blindfold into a Comedy (or rather tragedy) of Errors.
Your unfortunate, Timothy Wiggins.
His connection with the office of a sporting paper procured him occasionally an order for admission to a theatre, which he used.
He appeared to have had a natural liking for the drama; all intelligent persons have when they are young;