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By the last post I received your letter of January 17: and was as much surprised at the information that my last letter to you arrived unsealed, as you could be at the receipt of it, in that unguarded condition. It was most certainly no intention of mine, that it should have gone unsealed, nor can I account for the fact The only conjectures that I can form are that the person who copied it...
Yesterday I had the pleasure of receiving your favour of September the 24th with an elegant copy of your poems dramatic and miscellaneous; for both which I pray you to accept my best thanks It is but a few days since we received three other copies addressed to me but without a letter or any other indication from whom, or whence they came. As we were subscribers for the publication these might...
By the last post I received your letter of January 17: and was as much surprised at the information that my last letter to you arrived unsealed, as you could be at the receipt of it, in that unguarded condition. It was most certainly no intention of mine, that it should have gone unsealed, nor can I account for the fact The only conjectures that I can form are that the person who copied it...
A little before my departure from Braintree I received your favour inclosing a letter from Mrs. Walker. Last night I received your that of the 7th May. There was no necessity of any apology for writing to me after so long a correspondence. There has never been on my past any failure of friendship to Mr. Warren or your self—you are very much mistaken in your opinion of my situation. him I have...