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I might perhaps agee with Mr Grattan, that Mr Burke had read more of the Brittish Poets than even...
There is an height, beyond which the proudest Wave cannot ascend: there is a depth, at least a...
Your favour of the 20th has given me great pleasure; because it informs me that you are happy....
The Copy inclosed in your Letter has tenderly affected the little Sensibility that remains in me....
I thank you for your favour of the 20th and the Extracts which are very consolatory. I have...
I long to See the narrative of Dr Rush’s Life. I hope it will be printed. The Anecdote relative...
“Watchman! What of the Night?” To what hour of the Evening are We advanced? How many hours remain...
My most reverend Dearling presents her compliments. She highly applauds and greatly admires a...
I will now venture to congratulate you upon your relief from a part of the heavy burthen which...
I have received your favour of the 18th: and thank you has your “Idea”; Your reasoning upon it is...