Correspondence

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Page 34 - I compassionate the misfortune which has happened to you, in losing a person to whom you were attached. The wounds of the heart are the most...
Page 117 - Sir, of the letters which you have done me the honour to write to me ... on the re-establishment of the Regiment of Infantry of Walsh.
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Page 380 - Let us therefore fagely enjoy the few advantages that are allotted us, and let us frequently recollect that doubt is the attendant of knowledge.
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