The Mutual Admirationists. (Fragments overheard by Grigsby and the Colonel at one of Prigsby's Afternoon Teas.) Young Maudle (to Mrs Lyon Hunter and her daughters). "In the supremest poetry, Shakspeare's, for instance, or Postlethwaite's, or Shelley's, one always feels that, &c, &c, &c." Young Postlethwaite (to the three Miss Bilderbogies). "The greatest painters of all, such as Velazques, or Maudle, or even Titian, invariably suggest to one &c, &c, &c."
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