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THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD

CHAPTER XIX
THE house where we were to be entertained lying at a small distance from the village, our inviter observed, that as the coach was not ready, he would conduct us on foot ; and we soon arrived at one of the most magnificent mansions I had seen in that part of the country. The apartment into which we were shown was perfectly elegant and modern: he went to give orders for supper, while the player, with a wink, observed that we were perfectly in luck. Our entertainer soon returned; an elegant supper was brought in; two or three ladies in easy dishabille were introduced, and the conversation began with some sprightliness. Politics, however, were the subject on which our entertainer chiefly expatiated; for he asserted that liberty was at once his boast and his terror. After the cloth was removed, he asked me if I had seen the last Monitor ? to which, replying in the negative, " What! nor the Auditor, I suppose? " cried he. "Neither, Sir," returned L" That's strange, very strange! " replied my entertainer. " Now, I read all the politics that come out: the Daily, the Public, the Ledger, the Chronicle, the London Evening, the Whitehall Evening, the seventeen Magazines, and the two Reviews; and, though they hate each other, I love them all. Liberty, Sir, liberty is the Briton's boast ! and, by all my coal-mines in Cornwall, I reverence its guardians."-" Then, it is to be hoped," cried I, " you reverence the king? "" Yes," returned my entertainer, " when he does what

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