The Correspondence of Henry St. John and Sir William Trumbull, 1698–1710

@article{LashmoreDavies2008TheCO,
  title={The Correspondence of Henry St. John and Sir William Trumbull, 1698–1710},
  author={Adrian Lashmore-Davies},
  journal={Eighteenth-Century Life},
  year={2008},
  volume={32},
  pages={179 - 23}
}
1. Henry St. John to Sir William Trumbull Geneva 23 May 1698 fols. 34 – 35 Geneva May ye 23 O:S: 1698/ Of all afflictions being separated from one’s friends is one of the greatest; and of all the pleasures such an absence will allow, writing to and hearing from ’em is the most sensible. You will therefore forgive me Sr if I claim a priviledge that title gives me, and make use of yr own consent to yr own disadvantage; since it is the only case wherein I shall prefer my satisfaction to yrs. I am… Expand
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