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LETTERS.

LETTER LIX.


July 18.

I am here in ——, separated from my child—and here I must remain a month at least, or I might as well never have come.

I have begun ———— which will, I hope, discharge all my obligations of a pecuniary kind.—I am lowered in my own eyes, on account of my not having done it sooner.

I shall make no further comments on your silence. God bless you!

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