Lord Timothy Dexter - 'Consler of Trouth'
November 14, 2002 12:10 PM Subscribe
Lord Timothy Dexter (1747-1806)
was one of the most colorful characters of early American history, described here as, among other things, an "Eccentric 18th Century Merchant - Investor with a Midas Touch - Impresario - Patron of the Arts, founding the 'World Mouserum of Grate Wonder and Gret Caricters' - progressive 'Libperel' - Self Appointed 'Consler of Trouth.'" This site includes a complete transcription of Dexter's punctuation-free magnum opus, A Pickle for the Knowing Ones
featuring his famous Addenda
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