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Noticing the above remarks respecting the perfumers' shops, \1 r. Truefltt, theweli known hair-resser alld perfumer, of Burlington Arcade, writes the following to Th, Timet:â Every recognized perfumer has just cause of com- plaint that you should have given in your impression of yesterday the prominence of The Times to a paragraph with this heading, copied from the Fall Mall Gazette of Thursday evening. The sentence commencing "There are oertain per- fumers' shops at the West-end" indicates to the initiated a well known and infamous house, but to the general public reflects injuriously upon some of the best conducted establishments in London. The house indicated is no more a perfumer's shop than the Pall Mall Gazette is an objectionable print; and people who must write on such subjects should be very careful lest their iuk splutters further than they intended.

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