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[111] and were at once panic-struck. Such stories are not only absurb, but, in a history, are in bad taste, having a tendency to provoke retorts. The above has been written in piece-meal in leisure moments during the past month, and with scarcely the opportunity to read it over, which must be my apology for its deficiencies; but as a narrative of what fell under my personal knowledge, it may assist--- in understanding some of the points of his enquiries, and is at your service for that or any other purpose.

Very respectfully, yours,

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