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MINYARD COLLEGE LIBRARY
FROM THE ESTATE OF LAINENCE J. HENDERSON
MAY 19, 1942
N 1862 I received an intimation from the
proprietor of the “Windsor and Eton Express," that, on the following first of
August, the newspaper so called would have completed the fiftieth year of its publication. The fact was an interesting one to me. That newspaper was established by my father and myself; my proprietary interest in it lasted for fourteen years ; and I continued to be its editor till the end of 1826, as I had been from its commencement..
Looking back upon the August of 1812, at which time my working life really commenced, it occurred to me that there were passages of that working life of fifty years which might have an interest for a wider circle than that of my family and my immediate friends, if presented without the tedious egotism of a formal Auto-Biography. During that period my social position has not materially altered, and I have not had the advanbage of seeing “ life in many lands.” I have therefore no startling incidents to relate, and no great variety of scenes to describe. My occupation has