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The following letter written at this time , though not dated , will show how much pleased Johnson was with this publication , and what kindness and regard he had for Mr. Elphinston . To MR . JAMES ELPHINSTON . DEAR SIR , [ No date . ] ...
Pray , do not omit any thing mentioned in this letter . GOD bless you for ever and ever . " I am Your dutiful Son , Jan. 13 , 1758. 2 Sam . JOHNSON . " " To Miss PORTER , AT MRS . JOHNSON's , In LICHFIELD .
The Honourable Thomas Hervey and his lady , having unhappily disagreed , and being about to separate , Johnson interfered as their friend , and wrote him a letter of expostulation , which I have not been able to find ; but the substance ...
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