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DEAR SIR , —How welcome your account of yourself and your invitation to your
new house was to me , I need not tell you , who consider our friendship not only
as formed by choice , but as matured by time . We have been now long enough ...
His answer was , “ Tell her that I cannot be well , for she does not come to see me
. ” — Hawk . Mem , vol . ii . p . 149.-Ed. ] " Your notes on Alfred i appear to me very
1781. - ĘTAT . 72 .
If you consent , pray tell the messenger to bring Holder to me . “ When you shall
be gone whither shall I turn myself ? ” _ ED . ] Soon after the above letter , Dr.
Lawrence left London , but not before the palsy had made so great a progress as
... used to tell me , I owe your acquaintance , died a few weeks ago , suddenly in
his bed ; there passed not , I believe , a minute between health and death . At
night , at Mrs. Thrale's , as I was musing in my chamber , I thought with
... tenderness expressed in your kind letter makes me think it necessary to tell you
that they who are pleased to wish me well , need not be any longer particularly
solicitous about me . I prevailed on my physician to bleed me very copiously ...
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