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TO THE SAME ' MY DEAR SIR , ' I Now write to you , lest in some of your freaks and humours you should fancy yourself neglected . Such fancies I must entreat you never to admit , at least never to indulge ; for my regard for you is so ...
She wishes to know whether you sent her book to Sir Alexander Gordon . ' My dear Boswell , do not neglect to write to me ; for your kindness is one of the pleasures of my life , which I should be sorry to lose , ' I am , Sir , Your ...
I ever am , my dear Sir , ' Your most affectionate humble servant , ' James Boswell TO THE SAME > ' MY DEAR SIR , ' Edinburgh , March 12 ... which I could depend upon as authentick concerning you , Mr. Strahan being the printer of it .
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