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Life of Johnson. Manuscript, pp. 196-210

From: Boswell Collection

Life of Johnson. Manuscript, pp. 196-210

From: Boswell Collection

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Life of Johnson. Manuscript, pp. 181-210 Life i 331-393 (Folder 2 of 2)
Creator: Boswell, James, 1740-1795
Date: 1760-1763
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Description:
Life. MS. p. 199: For the letter to Staunton see Papers Apart (M 145, pp. 235-239)
Life. MS. p. 199: For the letter to a Lady on recommending her son see Papers Apart (M 145, pp. 240-242)
Life. MS. p. 202: "N.B. Pages 203 & 204 are cancelled, so do not look for them." The passage which would have appeared on pp. 203-204 (SJ's jaunt with Sir Joshua Reynolds) is to be found in Papers Apart (M 145, pp. 243-246.)
Physical Description:
13 l.
Host Note:
Series IV. Manuscripts. Life of Johnson. Manuscript, pp. 181-210 Life i 331-393 (Folder 2 of 2)
Box:
Box 52
Folder:
Folder 1107
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Object ID: 2003759
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