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The readers’ digest
Amélie Junqua

operations Other, more professional collectors were acutely aware of the consumption of waste paper taking place in the shops. In 1757, Samuel Paterson established his fame and ensuing prosperity thanks to his literary flair and his regular visits to the cheesemongers: The valuable collection of MSS. Belonging to the Right Hon. Sir Julius Caesar, knt. Judge of the Admiralty in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, and, in the reign of James I. and Charles I. Chancellor and Under-treasurer of the Exchequer, had fallen into the hands of some uninformed persons, and were on the

in Bellies, bowels and entrails in the eighteenth century