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To Thomas Keats (Letter Findlay, August 3, 1818)

Letter Findlay, August 3, 1818 Ah mio Ben. My dear Tom We have made but poor progress lately, chiefly from bad weather, for my throat is in a fair way of getting quite well, so I have had nothing of consequence to tell you till yesterday when we went up Ben Nevis, the highest Mountain …

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To Thomas Keats (Island of Mull, July 23, 1818)

Dun an cullen, Island of Mull, July 23, 1818 My dear Tom Just after my last had gone to the Post, in came one of the Men with whom we endeavoured to agree about going to Staffa—he said what a pity it was we should turn aside and not see the curiosities. So we had …

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