Political and Literary Anecdotes of His Own Times  

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Political and Literary Anecdotes of His Own Times[1] is a collection of writings by William King (1685–1763) which features "Missing, A Married Gentleman", the inspiration[2] for Nathaniel Hawthorne's short story "Wakefield".



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