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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 radicated and ...
me . you from writing . However , let somebody write , if you cannot , and tell me how you do , and a little of what has happened at Lichfield among our friends . I hope you are all well . " When I was in France , I thought myself ...
wondered to find so much good writing employed in them , when the authours were to remain unknown , and so could not have the motive of fame . JOHNSON . “ Nay , Sir , those who write in them , write well in order to be paid well .
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