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2. Because I informed your people that I stood in your place as an act of friendship, to enable you to dispense ‘the word’ in a distant State; and, therefore, not as a matter of contract. And,

3. Because, on the score of favors, I am still very much your debtor, especially for your consoling services in times of1 affliction and bereavement by death.

‘May grace, mercy, and peace’ be with you and yours, now and evermore!

Yours, with high regards,

1 Ante, p. 243.

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