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in the hands of this liberal friend, who d, i were, Blake's bill on sfi, when none ehe wo& e e ff w ss, Blake eived h money he way h ,- men of 21. gl s week; ply suflcien for w, hanks h mod d sple habit. More he wod hazy have en, if he had had it.

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wMch e work of no other hand cod have bn the of ceptions so am d pmevd these. Ble's manner of the ver h been advantously mottled sce Ms th Mr. ne e laer had ced anon W the works of be Dmr, M AnWo, and the I's conmm d ciple noson a more elent and ffle, ff 1 robust, M Anglo. From Bonosoni especiy BlUe glned much, d w le on cong familiar th Ms wor W mss a t that he h bn

 the  school, whem he h le W work  a 

me endvet, cmhing ely. He now e making eve fine e sd of this ch of le - fest h the endred Invtis J. In the, Wo, Bonoso's w adopted, of worng whoy th the v and eg nothing; so that the ph lose tittle by hag a few hd ken off.

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