On my return from the theatre, whither my editorial duties have compelled my unwilling steps, I find a note from you, the /put/ purport of which makes me fear that I have been guilty of some unintentional neglect; but the fact was, that I thought I had troubled you enough with epistles, & looked upon your having fixed the day as requiring nothing further of me but obedience. Since I saw you here I have been visited by what is called a low fever; but it was the crisis of my disorder, & I am now recovering fast enough to meditate a long journey into the country.-Well or ill however, nothing should have deprived me, if possible, of the pleasure of dining with you tomorrow, & I purpose to be in Queen's Square Place by five,
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