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I wrote him one letter to introduce Mr. Sinclair ( now Sir John ) , the member for
Caithness " , to his acquaintance ; and ... and I am a better sleeper than I have ily
been “ The death of dear Mr. Thrale has made my attendance upon his home ...
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 ...
DEAR SIR , " TO SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS . “ 230 June , 1781 . It was not before
yesterday that I received , your splendid benefaction . To a hand so liberal in
distributing , I hope nobody will envy the power of acquiring . I am , dear sir , your
DEAR MADAM , -You may give the book to Mrs. Horneck , and I will give you
another for yourself . ... SIR , -I am ashamed that you have been forced to call so
often for your books , but it has been by no fault on either side . They have never
DEAR SIR , —I sit down to answer your letter on the same day in which I received
it , and am pleased that my first letter of the year is to you . No man ought to be at
ease while he knows himself in the wrong ; and I have not satisfied myself with ...
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