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To Charles Wentworth Dilke (Shanklin, Saturday Evening, July 31, 1819)

Shanklin, Saturday Evening [July 31, 1819]. My dear Dilke I will not make my diligence an excuse for not writing to you sooner—because I consider idleness a much better plea. A Man in the hurry of business of any sort is expected and ought to be expected to look to everything—his mind is in a …

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