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Volume 4, No. 30 For January, 1809
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[from page 321] ... Never alter your dress at this time [the Christmas holidays and boxing- day], but wear the worst of every thing you have; this, at times, may be convenient, and should therefore be attended to; not that I think your example, in this respect, will ever be followed by the vulgar, who like to have a new coat or gown at Christmas; for one of their maxins is, that "a proud back is better than a proud belly," yet at this season of the year especially, I believe they are fond of both.
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