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TO BENNET LANGTON , ESQ . 60 “ Bolt - court , 16th June , 1781 . “ DEAR SIR ,
—How welcome your account of yourself and your invitation to your new house
was to me , I need not tell you , who consider our friendship not only as formed by
Licere vel non licere uno verbo dicendum est ; cætera mihi et Holdero ' reliqueris
. Si per te licet , imperatur nuncio Holderum ad me deducere . Postquàm tu
discesseris quò me vertam 2 ? " “ TO CAPTAIN LANGTON 3 , IN ROCHESTER .
I think to finish Lawrence , and write to Langton . “ Poor Lawrence has almost lost
the sense of hearing ; and I have lost the conversation of a learned , intelligent ,
and communicative companion , and a friend whom long familiarity has much ...
Mens turbata . In the afternoon it snowed . At night I wrote to Taylor about the pot ,
and to Hamilton about the Federa ?. “ 23.- I came home , and found that
Desmoulins had , while I was away , been in bed . Letters from Langton and
The news run that we have taken seventeen French transports ; that Langton's
lady is lying down with her eighth child , all alive ; and Mrs. Carter's Miss Sharpe
is going to marry a schoolmaster sixty - two years old . " p . 238 . 6 TO MRS .
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