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“ Seven years, my lord, have now passed, since I waited in your outward rooms, or was repulsed from your door.”—Johnson's Letter to Lord Chesterfield, p. 145.
SAMUEL JOHNSON, LL.D.
AN ACCOUNT OF HIS STUDIES AND NUMEROUS WORKS,
IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER;
A SERIES OF HIS EPISTOLARY CORRESPONDENCE AND CONVERSATIONS
WITH MANY EMINENT PERSONS;
AND VARIOUS ORIGINAL PIECES OF HIS COMPOSITION, NEVER
THE WHOLB BINIBITING A VIEW OF LITERATURE AND LITERARY XRN IN GRRAT BRITAIN,
FOR NEARLY HALF A CENTURY DURING WHICH IR FLOURISIRD.
BY JAMES BOSWELL, Esq.
A NEW EDITION,
AND ILLUSTRATED WITH NUMEROUS PORTRAITS, VIEWS, AND CHARACTERISTIC DESIGNS,
ENGRAVED FROM AUTHENTIC SOURCES.
IN FOUR VOLUMES.- VOL. I.
BROADWAY, LUDGATE HILL.
"After my death I wish no other herald,
SHAKSPEARF, Henry VIII.
i See Dr. Johnson's letter to Mrs. Thrale, dated Ostick in Skie, September 30, 1773: “Boswell writes a regular Journal of our travels. which I think contains as much of what I say and do, as of all other occurrences together; for such a faithful chronicler is Griffith."BOSWELL.