Oxford, March 18, 1783.
... In a late work, Dr. Priestly with great insolence, observed of Bagot: "Change one letter of his name, (the "a" for an "i") and you have his true character." Dr. Bagot (Bishop of Bristol) sent him Letter on the Sacrament to Dr. Bell, in MS. Bell begged him to publish it. It is said that Bagot betrays a partiality for men of rank. But Lowth, the Bishop of London's son, and Judge Willes's two sons, were rusticated last term in consequence of their irregularity.