The Fatal Boots
You have been fool enough, sir, says the Doctor, looking very stern, ""to let this boy impose on you as a lord; and knave enough to charge him double the value of the article you sold him. Take back the boots, sir I won't pay a penny of your bill; nor can you get a penny. As for you, sir, you miserable swindler and cheat, I shall not flog you as I did before, but I shall send you home.
- THE FATAL BOOTS.
- THE FATAL BOOTS
- JANUARY.—THE BIRTH OF THE YEAR.
- FEBRUARY.—CUTTING WEATHER.
- MAY.—RESTORATION DAY.
- JUNE.—MARROWBONES AND CLEAVERS.
- JULY.—SUMMARY PROCEEDINGS.
- AUGUST.—DOGS HAVE THEIR DAYS.
- SEPTEMBER.—PLUCKING A GOOSE.
- OCTOBER.—MARS AND VENUS IN OPPOSITION.
- NOVEMBER.—A GENERAL POST DELIVERY.
- DECEMBER.—"THE WINTER OF OUR DISCONTENT."
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