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LETTERS.

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Be not too anxious to get money!—for nothing worth having is to be purchased. God bless you.

Yours affectionately

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LETTER VIII.

Monday Night [December 30.]

My best love, your letter to-night was particularly grateful to my heart, depressed by the letters I received by ———, for he brought me several, and the parcel of books directed to Mr. ——— was for me. Mr. ———'s letter was long and very affectionate; but the account he gives me of his own

affairs,