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To Charles Brown (Winchester, September 23, 1819)

Winchester, September 23, 1819 ········ Do not suffer me to disturb you unpleasantly: I do not mean that you should not suffer me to occupy your thoughts, but to occupy them pleasantly; for I assure you I am as far from being unhappy as possible. Imaginary grievances have always been more my torment than real …

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To Charles Brown (Winchester, September 23, 1819)

Winchester, September 23, 1819 ········ Now I am going to enter on the subject of self. It is quite time I should set myself doing something, and live no longer upon hopes. I have never yet exerted myself. I am getting into an idle-minded, vicious way of life, almost content to live upon others. In …

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