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Jesus Risen Splitting the Rock The next fifteen years of his life were passed by him apparently in a state of inoffensive imbecility, although his former employers did not consider him incapable of continuing corrector of the press. In the year , his relations conceived themselves justified in again putting him under restraint; but as he was perfectly inoffensive he was only confined for a few days. On his liberation he insisted that his sister, Mrs Wild who sanctioned these proceedings, should consent to a species of retributory reconciliation with him, and submit to a confinement of forty-eight hours in Newgate, and pay him a fine of ten pounds. Her rejection of this proposal was a matter of great surprise to him, and he therefore brought an action of damages against her and others, laying his claim at ten thousand pounds. On the verdict being returned for the defendants, he was quite resigned; but published an account of his ill usage, under the title of "The Adventures of Alexander the Corrector," which, like all his other publications of a similar description, has that air of mingled insanity and reason which its title indicates, and which pervades other works by him on similar topics.
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Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later. Now customize the name of a clipboard to store your clips. Visibility Others can see my Clipboard. Oswald, a bookseller, at the Rose and Crown, Little Britain , a house exclusively frequented by Frenchmen, and took lessons in the language, with the hope of a speedy return to the earl's service; but in this he was disappointed.
In September of that year he went down to Knowsley, intending to claim a year's salary if not retained, but the earl would not see him, and he was peremptorily dismissed the day after his arrival. He attributed his dismissal to the unfriendly offices of one of the earl's chaplains, Mr.
Clayton, on account, as he supposed, of his being a presbyterian; but it is evident from his own correspondence that he was unfitted for the work he had undertaken, and that he was in a half-crazed condition. However, as he is said by Chalmers to have spent some years as a tutor in the Isle of Man before , it is probable that that employment was found for him by the earl.
He returned to London in and opened a bookseller's shop in the Royal Exchange; in April he obtained the unremunerative title of bookseller to the queen Caroline as successor to a Mr.
For this as we learn from a letter among the Addit. On 7 Nov.
Sloane, telling him that the book will be published that week, and soliciting the download of a copy. The publication price was eighteen shillings.
Disappointed, as it seems, in his expectation of profit from his great task, he gave up business, and his mind became so unhinged that, in consequence of his persistently paying unwelcome addresses to a widow, he was confined for ten weeks, from 23 March to 31 May, in a private madhouse in Bethnal Green, from which he escaped by cutting through the bedstead to which he was chained.
He brought an action for damages on this account in the following year, in which, as was to be expected, he had no success.
He published an account of the trial itself, dedicated to the king. In December he writes to Sir H. Sloane, saying that he had then been employed since July as Latin usher in a boarding-school kept by Mr.
Blaides at Enfield, a place which he describes as being very fashionable, near fifty coaches being kept in the parish. His chief subsequent employment was as a corrector of the press for works of learning, and several editions of Greek and Latin classics are said to have owed their accuracy to his care.
Having in September become involved how, does not clearly appear in some street brawl at his lodgings, he was, by means of his sister married in the previous year to a Mr. Wild , confined in an asylum at Chelsea for seventeen days.
After his release he brought an unsuccessful action against her and the other persons concerned, and made grave proposals to them to go into like confinement as an atonement. In , with a view to the furtherance of his self-assumed work, he procured nomination as a candidate for the representation of the city of London in parliament, but did not go to the poll, and in pertinaciously paid his unwelcome addresses to the daughter of Sir Thomas Abney of Newington — [q.
At Cambridge he was also received with much respect, and of his visit some curious particulars are given in two letters from J.
Neville of Emmanuel College to Dr. Cox Macro, preserved in the British Museum.
Jacob Butler, an old and eccentric lawyer, who took him to Lord Godolphin's, and accompanied him when he went on missionary visits to Barnwell, and distributed handbills on sabbath observance on Sunday. He appointed Mr. Impey, an undergraduate of Trinity College, Mr.