The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift/Volume 11/From Francis Atterbury to Jonathan Swift - 1

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CHELSEA, TUESDAY MORNING.

APRIL 21, 1713[1].
 


GIVE me leave to tell you, that there is no man in England more pleased with your being preferred than I am. I would have told you so myself at your lodgings, but that my waiting confines me. I had heard a flying report of it before; but my lord Bolingbroke yesterday confirmed the welcome news to me. I could not excuse myself without saying thus much, and I have not time to say more, but that I am your most affectionate and faithful servant,

  1. Indorsed by Dr. Swift, "Dr. Atterbury, April 21, 1713, about eleven in the morning. I believe all to no purpose."