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LETTER 325: MR. LOVELACE IN CONTINUATION

Mr. Lovelace . In Continuation.   It is much better, Jack, to tell your own story, when it must be known, than to have an adversary tell it for you. Conscious of this, I gave them a particular account, how … Continue reading

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