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James Boswell John Wilson Croker. you is not diminished ; and my expectation
from you is increased . Do not neglect me nor relinquish me . Nobody will ever
love you better or honour you more than , madam , yours , & c . “ Sam .
James Boswell John Wilson Croker. " 17th January , 1782 . “ Sir , –Our old friend ,
Mr. Levett , who was last night eminently cheerful , died this morning . The man
who lay in the same room , hearing an uncommon noise , got up and tried to ...
James Boswell John Wilson Croker. Prayers & Med . p . 200 . “ 21.- I went to Mrs.
Thrale . Mr. Cox and Paradise met me at the door , and went with me in the coach
. Paradise's Loss ' . In the evening wrote to Hector . At night there were eleven ...
James Boswell John Wilson Croker. messenger into the city to take up a printer ,
the messenger was taken up instead of the printer , and committed by the sitting
alderman . If they sent one army to the relief of another , the first army was ...
James Boswell John Wilson Croker. Johnson thus answered this clergyman's
letter : TO THE REVEREND MR . AT BATH . ( 6 6. 15th May , 1782 . SIR , —Being
now in the country in a state of recovery , as I hope , from a very oppressive ...
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12/22/20 I own the complete set (vol 1-54) and keep them at home on the top west shelf of my office; this includes The Great Conversation (which is volume 1) and The Great Ideas (volumes 2-3, the ... Read full review
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