We will here give a copy of what happened in 1732, and which we inserted in the Gleaner (Glaneur), No.
Sheard, of the Gleaner, pressed forward and grasped both his hands.
It is the last 'scoop' that I have to offer to the Gleaner, but it is the biggest of all!
The Gleaner assured its many readers that such was indeed the case.
If he could once introduce his gleaner in Venice, he should be a made man.
He believes in your gleaner, and he knows all about machinery.
We remark, next, that every ear the gleaner gets she has to stoop for.
Then, again, the gleaner takes the wheat home and threshes it.
The gleaner's sheaf looked like the knot of a girl's hair woven in and bound.
We still ask your help in spreading the Gleaner and the Sower.