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CHAPTER I
PRIVATE LETTERS 1838 - 1839

line of which was a lascifey, and forgot in his hurry every particle of the address. The letter-sorter had the civility to bring it to my friend, who, with admirable presence of mind, said-" I have no particular intimacy with the writer tho' you may once or twice have seen us together." " Lord ! sir! " said he, " is it not yours? " " Do I look like a young lady ?" said my friend smiling. " No, sir, but as you left your purse one day, I thought perhaps you might have forgotten." " How lucky! " cried my friend. " Do me the favour to accept this trifle-I am certain you will never compromise so worthy a gentleman as-" here my friend named a sour, morose, quarrelsome fellow-" send it back to him under cover with no charge for postage-indeed, it would be best to leave it, not by the postman, but by a private hand, while he is dining at the public table and with only the words-returned unopened."
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