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To Fanny Brawne (February (?) 1820)

February (?) 1820   My dear Fanny, Do not let your mother suppose that you hurt me by writing at night. For some reason or other your last night’s note was not so treasureable as former ones. I would fain that you call me Love still. To see you happy and in high spirits is a great …

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To Fanny Brawne (February (?) 1820)

February (?) 1820 My dearest Fanny, I read your note in bed last night, and that might be the reason of my sleeping so much better. I think Mr Brown is right in supposing you may stop too long with me, so very nervous as I am. Send me every evening a written Good night. If you …

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