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Be pleased to accept my humble Duty for the notice you have condescended to take of me. I will do...
I have not done with your Letter of the 19th: I care not half, so much about Red Heifer, as I do...
Letters! What Shall I Say of Letters? Pliny’s are too Studied and too elegant. Cicero’s are the...
Never! Never be weary, in the Ways of well dreaming! any one of your Dreams worth to the Moralist...
On horseback, on my Way to Weymouth on a Visit to my Friend Dr Tufts I met a Man leading a Horse,...
I have recd. your valuable Volume, on the diseases of the mind; which will run Mankind still...
Your Volume will not produce Answers or Examinations or reflections: but probably Reproaches,...
I am in great perplexity, Every day something Occurs to puzzle my feeble intellect. To whom can I...
If you had investigated the Question, concerning Possessions or that about matter and Spirit, in...
In the good old English Phrase, I give you ten thousand Thanks for the Muscat Wine of Samos,...