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and old John Nap! oth? Green. * As Sly says, he's the son of old Sly of Burton-lieath, and talks of the fat alewife of Wincot, he thinks he can with no propriety have any acquaintance in Greece... If, indeedia the Province of Greece were to be here understood, this ob fervation must neceffarily talis place ; but I have not dira turbed the text, because I do not know but that in the neighbourhood of Wincot and Burton-heath, there may be fome village called Greece, or Greys, &c.