the rascally Miller

To the Printer of the Leicester and Nottingham Journal.

++Sir,
If you’ll be so good as to insert in your next Paper, the question underwritten, some kind correspondent may perhaps hereafter give an Answer thereto, which will oblige your constant Reader,
++L. H.
If I send excellent good, sound, sweet and dry Wheat to a Mill to be Ground, and the rascally Miller returns Flour in my Bag which makes unsound, clammy, and fusty Bread, How is such a villain to be properly punished?