Johnson. O Mr. Dilly — you must know that an English Benedictine Monk at Paris has translated The Duke of Berwick's Memoirs,' from the original French, and has sent them to me to sell. [offered them to Strahan, who sent them back with this answer That the first book he had published was the Duke of Ber wick's Life, by which he had lost: and he hated the name.'-now I honestly tell you, that Strahan has re fused them; but I also honestly tell you, that he did it upon no principle, for he never looked into them. Dilly. Are they well translated, Sir johnson.