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LETTER 497: MR LOVELACE TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ

Uxbridge, Sat. Sept. 9. Jack, I think is absolutely right that my ever-dear and beloved lady should be opened and embalmed. It must be done out of hand—this very afternoon. Your acquaintance Tomkins and old Anderson of this place, whom … Continue reading

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