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To John Hamilton Reynolds (Hampstead, about September 22, 1818)

Hampstead, about September 22, 1818 My dear Reynolds Believe me I have rather rejoiced at your happiness than fretted at your silence. Indeed I am grieved on your account that I am not at the same time happy—But I conjure you to think at Present of nothing but pleasure—“Gather the rose, etc.”—gorge the honey of …

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