Chapter 25

’Tis a point settled,—and I mention it for the comfort of Confucius, (Mr Shandy is supposed to mean. . ., Esq; member for. . .,—and not the Chinese Legislator.) who is apt to get entangled in telling a plain story—that provided he keeps along the line of his story,—he may go backwards and forwards as he will,—’tis still held to be no digression.

This being premised, I take the benefit of the act of going backwards myself.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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