Oct. 27th 1850.
From all which I hear and see of the invention of Mr. Sparkhall, I cannot but think it would be hailed by everybody as a most unlooked for and singular completion of the effect desirable in works of this nature. To present the spectator, at one and the same time, with both sides of the way in the journey which he seems to be taking, is certainly not doing the thing any longer by halves.
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