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38. Mr. Sterne to David Garrick, Esq 215

39. From the same to Lady D 217

40. From the same to Mr. Foley, at Paris...... 218

41. From the same to the same 221

42. From the same to the same ...'.. 222

43. From the same to Mrs. F 223

44. From the same to Miss Sterne 226

45. From the same to David Garrick, Esq 226

46. From the same to Mr. W 228

47. From the same to Miss Sterne 229

48. From the same to J H S , Esq. 231

49. Ignatius Sancho to Mr. Sterne 232

50. Mr. Sterne to Ignatius Sancho 234

51. From the same to Miss Sterne. 235

52. From the same to the same 237

53. From the same to J. D— n, Esq 239

54. From the same to J H S , Esq.. 240

55. From the same to A. L—e, Esq 240

56. From the same to Ignatius Sancho 241

57. From the same to Miss Sterne 243

58. From the same to Mr. and Mrs. J 245

59. From the same to A. L—e, Esq 246

60. From the same to Mr. and Mrs. J 248

61. From the same to Miss Sterne 249

62. From the same to Mrs. J 251

63. From the same to ""miiiii 35]

64. From the same to the same 265

65. From the same to **** 258

66. Ignatius Sancho to Mr. J W— E 260

67. From the same to Mr. M 264

68. From the same to Mrs. B 268

69. Earl of Chatham to his N ephew,'! Iiomas Pitt,

Esq. afterwards Lord Camelford 268

70. From the same to the same 270

71. From the same to the same 271

72. From the same to the same 275

73. From the same to the same 279

74. From the same to the same 283

75. From the same to the same 285

76. From the same to the same 286

77. From the same to the same 287

ELEGANT EPISTLES

BOOK THE FIFTH.

Haititile of tfjc lajSt 4tenfurp.

PART I.
LETTER I.

FROM MRS. ELIZABETH MONTAGU* TO THE
DUCHESS OF PORTLAND.

MADAM, . Hatch, 11, 1738.

Your grace's very entertaining letter was sent to me at sir Wyndham Knatchbiill's, where I have been about three weeks, and propose returning to Mount Morris in a few days. I am as angry as I dare be with your grace, that you did not send any account of those charming fire-works, which I rancy were the prettiest things imagmable. I very

• Mrs. Montaga lived to see nearly the close of the century, but we have thought proper to place her letters here, as bust corresponding with their date. TOL. v. »

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