I am , sir , Your most humble servant , SAM . JOHNSON . May 16 , 1776 . " TO
THE SAME . . SIR , - Miss Reynolds has a mind to send the epitaph to Dr .
Beattie : I am very willing ; but having no copy , cannot immediately recollect it .
I am , reverend sir , Your most humble servant , July 9 , 1777 . SAM .
JOHNSON . TO THE REVEREND DR . VYSE , AT LAMBETH . If any notice
should be taken of the recommendation which I took the liberty of sending you , it
will be ...
I am , sir , Your most obedient humble servant , W . VYSE 8 . DR . JOHNSON
TO MR . EDWARD DILLY . - SIR , To the collection of English poets , I have
recommended the volume of Dr . Watts to be added : his name has long been ...
I ever am , my dear sir , Your most affectionate humble servant , JAMES
BOSWELL . Edinburgh , March 12 , 1778 . MY DEAR SIR , The alarm of
your late illness distressed me but a few hours ; for on the evening of the day that
I am , dear sir , Your most humble servant , Sam . JOHNSON . London ,
November 2 , 1778 . " NSON . TO THE REVEREND DR . EDWARDS , OXFORD .
Sir , The bearer , Dr . Burney , has had some account of a Welsh manuscript in
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