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Forgive me , my dear love , the omission of writing ; I hope to mend that and my
other faults . ... last was but a dull letter , and I know not that this will be much
more cheerful : I am , willing to write , because you are desirous to hear from me .
... which seems to have been written with a troubled mind . “ My mind has been
for some time much disturbed . The peace of God be with me . “ I hope to -
morrow to finish Lawrence , and to write to Mrs. Aston , and to Lucy . “ 19. — I
rose late .
Of riches it is not necessary to write the praise . Let it , however , be remembered ,
that he who has money to spare , has it always in his power to benefit others ;
and of such power a good man must always be desirous . “ I am pleased with
I would not , however , have you flatter yourself too soon with punctuality . You
must not expect the other half year at Christmas . You may use the money as your
needs require ; but save what you can . “ You must undoubtedly write a letter of ...
1 that when I do not write to you I forget you . Put all such useless jealousies out
of your head , and disdain to regulate your own practice by the practice of
another , or by any other principle than the desire of doing right . “ Your economy
, I ...
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