I have read thy message in Emma’s letter & after ransacking my brain have recalled a faint rememberance of thee - in fact after much care I have made it so distinct as to warrant my addressing thee as above - I only hope the name signed to this paper will not be utterly unknown to thee as thee seems to suppose. Seriously I would be willing to guarantee that I remember about thee as much as thee does about me. I will own I have been remiss in writing. Business & other matters have absorbed my time. But I often think of thee & always with pleasure, & I have been rejoiced from time to time to hear of thy restored health. Thy last exploit I have heard of, & it has set my mind at rest on this last point. Any young lady that
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