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296 GEO. GIBSON'S LETTER

where I left off were carried all together to Mr B's shop.^ But of this Mr Bennet, to be sure, is able to satisfy you fully. I've not time, nor room, for any other business, and therefore by Thursday's post you may expect another Letter from your affectionate Cousin

Geo: Gibson.

^ The words 'were carried . . . %hop have been inserted above the line.

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