Here is another letter from me at last to Mr. Lee. Will you have the kindness, after reading it, to give it your customary help of transmission? I could not forebear writing any longer, seeing that another year has come, and that I heard but once from ^him during the last, and that as early as May. I have long begun very much to fear, that he is ill.
Hoping that by this time you will have got my letter, enclosing the one to me from Carlyle, I am ever, my dear Sir,
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