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[ Probably the Beauties of Johnson , published about this period : see ante , vol . i
. p . 190.-ED. ] ( See ante , vol . i . p . 423.—ED. ] 3 ( Miss Reynolds , it seems ,
wished to dispose of her collection , and thought that Mrs. Thrale might purchase
I prayed with Francis , and gave thanks . “ To - morrow - To Mrs. Thrale - To write
to Hector— To Dr. Taylor . ' [ A learned Greek ; a friend of Mr. Langton._ED . ] ? [
The catalogue referred to was probably that of the ancient coins in Dr. Hunter's ...
This probably refers to some property in Virginia which Mr. Paradise possessed
in right of his wife , and which had been confiscated . See Jefferson's Letters ,
where he advocates Paradise's claims as being a whig and friend to American ...
p . 238 . 6 TO MRS . THRALE . “ 30th April , 1782 . “ I have had a fresh cold , and
been very poorly . But I was yesterday at Mr. Hoole's , where were Miss Reynolds
and many others . I am going to the club . [ Probably the “ Essay on Taste ...
If Johnson's personal history during the years 1745 and 1746 were known ,
something would probably be found to account for this ( as it now seems ) absurd
national aversion . -ED . ) It was , mitted that he could not tell the 1783.- ÆTAT .
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