William Wagstaffe, 'A Comment upon ... Tom Thumb', 1711
It may easily be shown, That it would be no pity, If all the Discoveries he has made were still in the possession of a silent Man, (N. 1.) for the World would be no great Loser: And whereas he says, He'll pUblish a Sheetfull of Thoughts every Morning, (N. 1.) that he often publishes his Half-sheet with little or no Thinking.