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chief to my nerves, if I do drink tea, chester, South Carolina, &c. &c. and to my comfort, if I do not,

Charleston, printed for the aun * Net Testy. You may cry with Mar. tial,.....Nec TEA-cum possum vivere,

thor by J. Hoff, 1807. Entered nec sine TEA.'

according to act of Congress,

&c. &c. &c. &c. &c. &c. &c. It will be remembered by the readers of the Spectator, that the

RARE stuff this ! But as Mr.original line is rendered by Addi- Joor must have had his brains son, “ There is no living with thee, blown out in this same battle, it is nor without chee." Of the En- pot so bad. Like the productions glish puns it may perhaps be said, of learned goats or pigs, or of those « far-fetched and little worth,” yet beings, who write and sew with from Dryden's Alexander's feast their toes, and cut wood with their we find one or two very palatable. teeth, it excites our admiration. But to extract excellencies might The errors and absurdities, with be endless.

which it abounds, the wait of comTne American Edition appears mon sense, and the want of a plot, very neat, and we hope it is as cor are all very pardonable. We rerectly printed, as the London copy, commend it to · The Republicans which has not offended us with any of South Carolina in general, and to faults during some months ac

those in particular, who were liber. quaintance.

al and patriotic enough to bestow on

it the meed of unbounded applause,' ART. 15.

as the rarest dish of gallimaufry, The Battle of the Eutaw Springs, and that we have ever yet seen. Το

Evacuation of Charleston, or ihe these gentlemen the unhappy auglorious 14th of December, 1782, thor has already presented it in his a national drama in five acts. By dedication, and to them, we most William Joor, of Su.George, Dor- cheerfully commit it.



For MARCH, 1807.
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