The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift/Volume 12/From Jonathan Swift to Jack Worrall - 5
TO MR. WORRALL.
LONDON, APRIL 16, 1726.
THE ladies have told you all my adventures, and I hear you are ruining me with dung. I have writ several times to the ladies, and shall soon do so again. I send you enclosed the bill of lading for a picture that has lain long at sea; you will be so kind to get it out of the customhouse. Mr. Medlicot will make it easy, if there should be any difficulties. My humble service to Mrs. Worral, and the ladies, and all my friends. I thank God I am in pretty good health. I have now company with me; I can say no more. I hope you are all well.
I got no voice at Oxford; but am endeavouring for one here.