[Kensington] July llth. [?1840]
My dear Sir,
Will you allow me to speak a word with you, before I return to Kensington? I am sorry to break in upon you at your friend's house, but the coach is at the door; and it might be desirable you should hear the word in question, before taking the kind step of which you spoke this morning,--if indeed it should still be taken at all.--
Very truly yours,
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I shall detain you but a minute, for the word is simply such, & nothing else.
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