Joseph Addison

Walter Graham (ed.), The Letters of Joseph Addison

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pg 188223. To Joshua Dawson

St James's Place [Thursday] Oct. 13. 1709

Sir

I have no Manner of News to send you. My Ld Lieutenant orders me to transmitt the Enclosed for the Lords Justices to make their Report upon it.

I have talked with Mr Powis upon your Debate with Mr Deering who tells me what he has written to you on that subject, which he says is as far as he can goe in it.

I must beg you will deliver the Enclosed with my most Humble Duty to Lieutnt Genl Ingoldsby.1 It came under my Cover but I know not from whence.

  • I am Sir
  • Yor most Faithfull Humble Servt
  • J. Addison

Address: [Dublin Castle]—Guth. copy.

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Editor’s Note
1 Lieutenant-General Richard Ingoldsby, commander of the English forces in Ireland, and one of the Lords Justices (see Luttrell, vi. 224).
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