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Forgive me , my dear love , the omission of writing ; I hope to mend that and my other faults . ... and I know not that this will be much more cheerful : I am , willing to write , because you are desirous to hear from me .
57,59 . on each side a table in the doctor's gloomy apartment , adorned with skeletons ' , preserved monsters , and agreed to write Latin billets to each other . Such a scene , & c . exclaims Mrs. Thrale , did I never see .
Soon after the above letter , Dr. Lawrence left London , but not before the palsy had made so great a progress as to render him unable to write for himself . The following are extracts from letters addressed by Dr. Johnson to one of his ...
... which seems to have been written with a troubled mind . My mind has been for some time much disturbed . The peace of God be with me . I hope to - morrow to finish Lawrence , and to write to Mrs. Aston , and to Lucy . 19.
To write to [ Mrs. ] Gastrelo to - morrow . To look again into Hammond . 30. - Saturday . Visitors , Paradise , and I think Horsley . Read 11 pages of the Bible . I was faint ; dined on herrings and potatoes .
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