Youth's Magazine,  3rd ser. 2 (1829), 275–77.

Disturbers of the Peace



Short Fiction



    Enumerating several species of 'disturbers of the peace' to his friend Percy, Arundel describes the 'Conceited, whose little knowledge has filled them with vanity and pride, and who have so much of the organ of self esteem, as phrenologists would say, that they are for ever on the watch for holes and blemishes' (275–76).

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