My mistress was a diligent woman, and rose early in the morning to set the journeymen to work; my master was a man much beloved by his neighbours, and sat at one club or other ... I had no desire to offend, and readily promised to do my best. ... I then lived with a couple that kept a petty shop of remnants and cheap linen.
|Title||:||The Works Of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. With An Essay On His Life And Genius|