A couple of comments on the new newsletter.
LEXICO’GRAPHER. n.s. A writer of dictionaries; a harmless drudge, that busies himself in tracing the original, and signification of words.
â€”Samuel Johnsonâ€™s A Dictionary of the English Language, 1755
The that is not the only problem from a modern prescriptivist point of view. The comma before that makes the clause appositive suggesting that all harmless drudges busiy themselves in tracing the original ...
On a more mundane note, you/ve got the heading
for the comment on Johnson repeated for the next section.
Prescriptivist’s Corner: Taking Johnson To Task