Sepr. 20th. [1857 penciled in]
My dear Hunt,
The cheerful tone of your letter has cheered (should not this also be cheared?) us greatly. It has brightened the sick bed of my wife; & put sunshine into my daughter's eyes. Do I read that you got to Richmond-hill? Then surely we may indulge in no remote hopes as to Hatton? It was pleasant to hear of the Lord Chief Baron's visit & his recollection of the Club. This (the co-membership and the Club) is omitted, I think, in your autobiography - I mean the -"Recollections" of your life; unfortunately, I have never been able to possess myself of the autobiography. More gratifying still is what you say of the - progress of the American edition
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