the rascally Miller

To the Printer of the Leicester and Nottingham Journal.

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?