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Introductory. 435 ously fallen away in the intervening decad, zve might still say very handsome things of him, as of another evergreen old friend.—N° III. p. 126. Coachmen and cabbies are requested to pay particular attention to the directions for entrance and exit: the crowd of carriages having exceeded anything ever seen (in Lon¬ don at least) especially since the formation of the Train, Steam-boat, and Omnibus-Missing Prevention Society (limited), shares in which have become an object of asth¬ matic rivalry to an over-hurried public. The Groove. 1—O. P. is Nonnemo. 2—He is a Johnian; and even little pigs have long (y)ears! 3—What would you call the result of—not one, but many, subtractions ? Would you say, Old Price's Quotient ? 4—Not yet Cold, though he sometimes feels S.old. Thanks for many kind letters and messages. The following deserves gilding:—" I do not recollect which of us is in the other's debt; but, as I have been reading your "Remains" for September and October, I feel quite as if the last communicaton had come frorn^^." It is a curious fact, that it was my earnest wish to insert in my last N° a request to every one of my corresponding readers to take this humane view of our epistolary intercourse; reminding them that, even as they " can not eat their cake and have their cake," so they can not have Old Price and his Remains; adjoining a broad hint to non-reader correspon¬ dents to turn readers, and enact the little drama suggested in N° VI. p. 244. To a kind and true friend who told me that, " to be candid, though he liked the serious part, he was not inte-