The unofficial biographer of the Pfaff’s crowd, William Winter was born in coastal Massachusetts, and his mother died
Quelqu'un writes to the General about the affairs of the Saturday Press. He addresses rumors that the Saturday Press is about to die if it does not start courting advertisers and publishing advertisements. Quelqu'un argues strongly against "puffing" in the press and the quality of the Saturday Press because it refuses to participate in this activity.
Quelqu'un discusses how his two-week silence because he had nothing to say would have been "inadmissable" at any other paper. He also discusses a "Card" from the previous week's Saturday Press and talk about the paper dying. Quelqu'un does not believe such talk, which has happened several times. He calls the Saturday Press "a paper that the world will not willingly let die." Quelqu'un argues for the quality of the paper (3).
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