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To Charles Brown (Wentworth Place, August 1820)

Wentworth Place, August 1820 My dear Brown I ought to be off at the end of this week, as the cold winds begin to blow towards evening;—but I will wait till I have your answer to this. I am to be introduced, before I set out, to a Dr. Clark, a physician settled at Rome, …

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To Charles Brown (Wentworth Place, August 1820)

Wentworth Place, August 1820 My dear Brown You may not have heard from ——, or ——, or in any way, that an attack of spitting of blood, and all its weakening consequences, has prevented me from writing for so long a time. I have matter now for a very long letter, but not news: so …

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