Most glad shall I be to see you on Saturday. Your company always does me good, for its own sake; and on this occasion, it will do me further good, in its connexion with ^those affairs of others. -Thanks also for the letter that preceded it.
Your affectionate friend,
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The sooner you come, you know the better: but come not at all, should the Saturday threaten a bad night for returning home. In that case let us hope Monday may prove better & so on. But Saturday by all means, if it be good.
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