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I hope God will bless you , and I desire you to form the same wish for me . I am ,
dear madam , your most humble servant , SAM . JOHNSON . TO EDMUND
MALONE , ESQ . 6 : 27th February , 1782 . SIR , - ) have for many weeks been
DEAR SIR , It is now long since we saw one another ; and , whatever has been
the reason , neither you have written to me , nor I to you . To let friendship die
away by negligence and silence , is certainly not wise . It is voluntarily to throw ...
You , dear sir , have , I hope , a more cheerful scene ; you see George fond of his
book , and the pretty misses airy and lively , with my own little Jenny equal to the
best : and in whatever can contribute to your quiet or pleasure , you have Lady ...
DEAR SIR , I hope I do not very grossly flatter myself to imagine that you and
dear Mrs. Careless 2 will be glad to hear some account of me . I performed the
journey to London with very little inconvenience , and came safe to my habitation
DEAR SIR , The pleasure which we used to receive from each other on Good -
Friday and Easter - day , we must be this year content to miss . Let us , however ,
pray for each other , and I hope to see one another yet from time to time with ...
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The texts themselves are priceless, but the translations in this volume are seriously dated and often obscure the meaning of the Greek - especially worthy of disdain are the Aristophanes translations ... Read full review
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