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The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift/Volume 11/From Joseph Addison to Jonathan Swift - 2

DEAR SIR,
DUBLIN, APRIL 22, 1709.
 


I AM in a very great hurry of business, but cannot forbear thanking you for your letter at Chester, which was the only entertainment I met with in that place. I hope to see you very suddenly, and will wait on our friend the bishop of Clogher[1] as soon as I can possibly. I have had just time to tell him, en passant, that you were well. I long to see you, and am, dear Sir, your most faithful, and most obedient servant,


We arrived yesterday at Dublin.