Fifty Years' Correspondence, Inglish, French, and Lattin, in Proze and Verse; Between Geniusses Ov Boath Sexes, and James Elphinston. in Eight Pocket-Vollumes, Including an Appendix Miscellaneous. Dhe Oridginal Letters, To' Be Seen in

Fifty Years' Correspondence, Inglish, French, and Lattin, in Proze and Verse; Between Geniusses Ov Boath Sexes, and James Elphinston. in Eight Pocket-Vollumes, Including an Appendix Miscellaneous. Dhe Oridginal Letters, To' Be Seen in

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1794 edition. Excerpt: ...for being Greek; and hoom yoo doo not diflike, for being dhe Frend ov Servants, MS CCCCLXXXIV. CCCCLXXXIV. Mr. William Roze, Auchvrcb-lane. Dear Sir, BY yoor Letter ov dhe 18th instant, I waz onnored widh dhe communic: .cion ov Dhe Brittijh Chamber ov Commerce, and Universal Intelligence. Dho I be but a slender judge ov dhe Plan, it iz impoflibel not to' see its benevvolent, bennefiscial, and comprehensive ingenuity; nor can anny Brittish hart or'hed forbair, to' pour its ardors to' Hevven, for dhe succes ov so extensively gennerous an Institution, and ov its evvery promoter or proprietor. Peculiarly doo I rejoice, Sir, dhat so prommifing a S keme iz in such hands, az yoors: az dhare alone it cood hav taken rife, dhence it can hardly fail ov diffuzing its various utillity to' dhe Pubblic. If, -in anny respect (az I littel foresee) my best efferts-cood contribbute atrghtto' dhe promocion ov so patriottic a design; I shood be umbly proud to exert dhein; and to' show dhe ardent esteem, widh hwich I evver must be (justly joined by my Dearest') yoor Lady's and, Sir, .' yoor moast obedient, -az moast obleged servant, JAMES ELPHINSTON. EJstree, July 27,1792. CCCCLXXXV. V CCCCLXXXV. J. E. Glafcow-collegt, x May., 1792. Dear Sir, DHIS wil be delivvered to' yoo by Mr. MacJ/pin, a student ov Divinnity in our University, and won ov dhe Teachers ov Inglish in dhis "Citty. Mr. Mac-Alpin, hoo iz a yong-man or worth and good conduct, haz obtained a.sew months leve ov absence, hwich he means to' spend at London, in dhe vew ov improoving himself in dhe' reading and pronouncing ov Inglifli; hwich, yooknow, sew in Scotland can doo to' anny p'lmose. Az yoo ar, I know, an enthusiast in evverithing, dhat iz connected widh dhat object; I hav dezired him to' wait upon...show more

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  • English
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  • 9781236553225