Grieved am I to be prevented, at the last moment, from coming to Bedford Place by a more than usual variety of obstacles. Fortunately, I told you I was not sure of being able to come; but still I counted upon it more than otherwise; and the disappointment to me is great. Besides yourself, I had a more than usual wish to visit Mr. Hooper, from the regret he was so good as to express the other night at not having been so long in Cornwall Road; I wanted too to talk with Miss Winnard about Belfast & Holywood, where I find she is so much valued;
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P.S. This letter was written with the express purpose of ^its reaching you this evening; but I am disappointed of my messenger.
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