The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift/Volume 13/From Philip Wharton to Jonathan Swift - 1

FROM THE DUKE OF WHARTON.


DEAR DEAN,
MONDAY MORNING, (YEAR UNCERTAIN)
 


I SHALL embark for England to morrow. It would be necessary for me to take leave of lord Molesworth on many accounts; and as Young is engaged in town, I must infallibly go alone, unless your chanty extends itself to favour me with your company there this morning.

I beg you would send me your answer, and believe me

Sincerely your faithful friend and servant,


P. S. If you condescend so far, come to me about eleven of the clock.