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Mr . Mason the author of Elfrida , gave notice to the publisher by a particular
messenger , that he had trespassed upon his property , by inserting fifty lines * in
his volume which belonged to him , and threatened to seek legal redress in case
But suspecting that a gentleman of Mr . Mason ' s scnse and good character must
have juster grounds of complaint than what appeared upon the face of his
meflage , the publisher requested to be favoured with his address , in order to
have a ...
The publisher , however , desirous to come to an explanation concerning this
matter procured Mr . Mason ' s address by another channel , and waited upon
him . At this conference he proved , first , That it was the immemorial practice of ...
present publisher to render legal compensation , who was not the first aggressor ,
as the book had been printed by others who pretended to no exclusive right in it ,
long before his edition became extant ; nor had he ever previously heard of Mr ...
The publisher was a stranger to Mr . Gray ' s executor , except by reputation . He
is unconscious of having failed in the respect due to him ; and the value of Mr .
Mason ' s character would not have suffered diminution , had he been equally ...
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I can remember my mother reciting Elegy written in a country church-yard - not all of it though. This poem seemed to mean a lot to her. She never reached the line: 'The path of glory leads but to the grave'. レビュー全文を読む