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The same . Lord Bolingbroke is something superior to any thing I have seen in
human nature . You know I don't deal much in hyperboles . I quite think him what I
say.The same . Addison had Budgel , and I think Philips , in the house with him .
There had been a coldness between Mr. Addison and me for some time ; and we
had not been in company together for a good while any where , but at Button's
Coffeehouse ; where I used to see him almost every day . On his meeting me
... of his observations on my second , which I had then finished , and which Mr.
Tickell had not touched Accordingly I sent him the second book the next morning
, and Mr. Addison a few days after returned it with very high commendations .
... and Gildon wrote a thing about Wycherly , in which he had abused both me
and my relations very grossly . Lord Warwick himself told me one day , that " it
was in vain for me to endeavour to be well with Mr. Addison ; that his jealous
temper would never admit of a settled friendship between us . " And , to convince
me of what he had said , assured me that “ Addison had encouraged Gildon to
publish those scandals , and had given him ten guineas after they were
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