It has struck me, while writing on business this morning, that you might possibly feel a little alarm about me, in consequence of the omission of my usual articles in yesterday’s Examiner. But the cause, I am happy to say, was a pleasant rather than unpleasant one. I was obliged to be frequently in town during the latter part of the week with Mr. Triphook, who has behaved very handsomely to me, as I will explain when we /--/ meet, & relieved me at present from my annoyances.-Pray pardon me for not writing sooner to know how you are after your Saturday attack. I am in the [habit] of considering you much [ ? ] a sick subject as myself in those matters, & that the fit goes off, at least in it's [ ? ], in a day or two. But I ought to have written. Believe me however nevertheless with the greatest sincerity, ever yours
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