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To John Taylor (Hampstead, June 21, 1818)

Hampstead, Sunday Evening, June 21, 1818 My dear Taylor I am sorry I have not had time to call and wish you health till my return—Really I have been hard run these last three days—However, au revoir, God keep us all well! I start to-morrow Morning. My brother Tom will I am afraid be lonely. …

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To John Taylor (Teignmouth, April 24, 1818)

Teignmouth, Friday, April 24, 1818 My dear Taylor I think I did wrong to leave to you all the trouble of Endymion—But I could not help it then—another time I shall be more bent to all sorts of troubles and disagreeables. Young men for some time have an idea that such a thing as happiness …

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