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LETTERS.

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LETTER LXVI.


September 25.

I have just finished a letter, to be given in charge to captain ———. In that I complained of your silence, and expressed my surprise that three mails should have arrived without bringing a line for me. Since I closed it, I hear of another, and still no letter.—I am labouring to write calmly—this silence is a refinement on cruelty. Had captain ———

remained a few days longer, I would have returned with him to England. What have I to do here? I have repeatedly

written