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Dr Johnson His Friends And His Critics

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227 The proofs that I have already brought forward that Chesterfield was not thinking of Johnson when he drew the character of a respectable Hottentot, seem to me con- clusive. But further evidence is to be found in the letters themselves. I have no doubt that once again he described the same person, and I have as little doubt, that he had twice described him before. We must remember that these Letters were not written for publi- cation, and were not pubHshed till after the writer's death. Ther...e is in them therefore not a little repetition, as might be expected, seeing that they spread over a space of thirty years. The first of these passages is in a letter dated September 22nd O. S. 1749 : — ' You have often seen, and I have as often made you observe, L. 's distinguished inattention and awk- wardness. Wrapped up, like a Laputan, in intense thought, and possibly sometimes in no thought at all (which, I believe, is very often the case of absent people, ) he does not know his most intimate acquaintance by sight, or answers them as if he were at cross-purposes.

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