By his talking of sollicitation one would he apt to imagine, that he had worn the very Streets with frequent yonrneys to fillicit for the ms. I had [hid former account, that a Bookleller came to me in the Name of the Editors: which is a word of more Concefion, thitn the Pains he was at defierv'd. For to the heft ofmy Memory, he never ash'd me for the ms. Hot at his own Shop, or as I cafitally met him. Neither can I call to mind, that ther He or his Apprentice came once to my Lodgings'or to the Lihrary for't; till the time that he fent for't hy my appointment, and receiv'd it.