The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift/Volume 11/From Joseph Addison to Jonathan Swift - 1


SIR,
FEB. 29, 1707-8.
 


MR. Frowde tells me, that you design me the honour of a visit to morrow morning; but my lord Sunderland having directed me to wait on him at nine o'clock, I shall take it as a particular favour, if you will give me your company at the George in Pall Mall about two in the afternoon, when I may hope to enjoy your conversation more at leisure, which I set a very great value upon. I am, sir, your most obedient humble servant.



Mr. Steele and Frowde will dine with us.