The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift/Volume 13/From Josiah Hort to Jonathan Swift - 1
I SEND you the whole piece, such as it is: I fear you will find the addition, pursuant to your hint, heavy; for I could not get my imagination warmed to the same degree as in the former part. I hope you will supply what shall be wanting of spirit; and when you have pruned the rough feathers, the ands and thats, &c. you will send the Kite to the Faulconer, to set it a flying. I am your very faithful and obedient servant.
May not I claim three or four copies when printed?