My dear Hunt
Many thanks. I will only secure myself great pleasure by attending to your intimation respecting Thornton's pamphlet. I think I cannot, however, manage to give due attention to it till next week. I cannot, unfortunately, let you have the Christianisms for a reason Vincent will mention. It would take me 1/2 a day to find them. As soon as ever I return (end of next week) I will not fail to ferret them out for you. I send History of England. I will attend to what you say of Macready. I don't know, but it will ascertain, about Lord Holland. Will see
you as soon as I come back. Is Thornton in Glasgow?
Always my dear Hunt
Your affectionate friend
58 Lincoln Inn Fields
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