|Friday, January 10, 1873||The Woodstock Sentinel (Woodstock)||Page 2|
Mr. Bursee's reply.
The wise many saysanswer not a fool according to his own folly, lest thou be like him. Please excuse me for not answering the arguments of an East Oxford ratepayer, if they deserve that appellation. If Tommy's head contains such profound reasoning, I think he will find a far better field for a display of it, among the Bullfrogs of Michigan. With regard to the railroad question, I wish to refer your readers to an article in the invaluable paper the Globe of Jan. 3rd, third page, first column. When Tommy's large brain has exploded you may hear from me again.
East Oxford, Jan. 7, 1873.