Sheridan pp 78-78 | Cite as

Never Sober

  • Bessborough


Poor Richardson is dead. Sheridan (if Richardson’s death does not frighten him) will do the same, for he is never sober for a moment; and his affairs, worse than ever. Pour comble,1 he has quarrelled with Mrs S. A sort of separation took place, but I believe it is partly made up again—at least I believe they live in the same house again, but not very good friends.2 I am very sorry for it, for she was the only chance there was of stopping his drinking.



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