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I am afraid there is no hope of Mrs. Thrale's custom for your pictures ; but , if you
please , I will mention it . She cannot make a pension out of her jointures . “ I will
bring the papers myself . I am , madam , your most humble servant , “ Sam .
I am afraid my dear townsmen will be mentioned in future days as the last part of
this nation that was civilized ' . But the days of darkness are soon to be at an end .
The reading society ordered it to be procured this week . " ) “ Ashbourne , 24th ...
I prayed with Francis , and gave thanks ” —it has been the subject of discussion
whether there are two distinct particulars mentioned here ? Or that we are to
understand the giving of thanks to be in consequence of the dissolution of the
I wrote to him at different dates ; regretted that I could not come to London this
spring , but hoped we should meet somewhere in the summer ; mentioned the
state of my affairs , and suggested hopes of some preferment ; informed him , that
... already mentioned , ante , p . 3.-Ed. ] p . 238 . “ Since Mrs. Garrick's invitation I
26 1782. - ÆTAT . 73 .
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