with whom we both happened to be connected –.During our visit, the Weather being remarkablybad, and out party particularly stupid, she wasso good as to conceive a violent partiality freindship forme, which very soon turned intosettled in1 a downright Freindship, and ended in an established corres::pondence. She is probably by this time as tiredof me, as I am of her; but as she is toopolite and I am too civil to say so, our lettersare still as frequent and affectionate as ever,and our Attachment as firm and sincere aswhen it was first commenced. –As she has agreat taste for the pleasures of London, and the Amuse::ments of Brighthelmstone, she will I dare say find


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