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James Boswell. by timely recollection and steady resolution , escape from those
evils which have lain heavy upon me . I am , my dearest Boswell , “ Your most
humble servant , “ Sam . Johnson . - “ Bolt - court , Nov . 16 , 1776 . ” On the 16th
I am , dear sir , “ Your humble servant , “ Dec . 21 , 1776 . SAM . JOHNSON . ” h It
turned out , however , a very fortunate bargain ; for Foote , though not then fifty -
six , died at an inn in Dover in less than a year , Oct . 21st , 1777 .MALONE .
I ever am , my dear sir , “ Your most faithful “ And affectionate humble servant , “
JAMES BOSWELL . ” SIR ALEXANDER DICK TO DR . SAMUEL JOHNSON . “
Prestonfield , Feb . 17 , 1777 . “ SIR , I had yesterday the honour of receiving your
I shall always continue , with the truest esteem , dear doctor , “ Your much obliged
, “ And obedient humble servant , “ ALEXANDER DICK ! . ” TO JAMES BOSWELL
, ESQ . “ DEAR SIR , - It is so long since I heard any thing from you " , that I am ...
I am , sir , “ Your humble servant , “ Sam . Johnson . “ February 18 , 1777 . ” TO
DR . SAMUEL JOHNSON . “ Edinburgh , Feb . 24 , 1777 . “ Dear Sir , — Your
letter , dated the 18th instant , I had the pleasure to receive last post . Although
my late ...
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