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The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift/Volume 19/From Jonathan Swift to William King - 44

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MY LORD,
FEBRUARY 22, 1722-3.
 


MR. Chetwood[1] intends to deliver in a petition to the government to day, and entreated me to speak to your grace before he delivered it; which not having an opportunity to do, I make bold to enclose this letter, which your grace may please to read; and is the substance of what he desired me to say. I am, with the greatest respect, my lord,

Your grace's most dutiful

and most humble servant,


  1. Knightly Chetwood, esq., who had very good pretensions to an English peerage; for which he presented several memorials; but to no purpose.