assistance which I have now procured from my neighbor, the worthy chaplain of Bromley College, who to the useful qualification of a most patient amanuensis adds that of a good scholar and intelligent critic.
And now, adieu, my dear friend,
And believe me ever affectionately yours,
BROMLEY HOUSE, August 1, 1812.
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