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To Messrs. Taylor and Hessey (London, Tuesday, July 8, 1817)

[London] Tuesday Morn [July 8, 1817]. My dear Sirs I must endeavour to lose my maidenhead with respect to money Matters as soon as possible. And I will too. So, here goes! A couple of Duns that I thought would be silent till the beginning, at least, of next month (when I am certain to …

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To Messrs. Taylor and Hessey (Margate, May 16th, 1817)

Margate, May 16, 1817 My dear Sirs I am extremely indebted to you for your liberality in the shape of manufactured rag, value £20, and shall immediately proceed to destroy some of the minor heads of that hydra the dun; to conquer which the knight need have no Sword Shield Cuirass, Cuisses Herbadgeon Spear Casque …

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