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& Sensible in Her Conduct & of Her Situation indeed Her writing does Honour to both Her Head & Heart - I cannot help being very anxious to hear that this Night has been a quite one, as the least relapse now must put dear Williams Life in a much more precarious way - I do not fear the weeknefs which of course follows such an attac, but I dread that when Strength comes to be regained that He will do too much & so [[unclear]] Himself, however I will hope the best & [[deletion]] b [[/deletion]] entertain Yr Encouraging Exprefsion that after this very Sever Suffering & painfull Illnefs He may enjoy better Health. I had the Pleasure of seeing Minny after I came to Town, & am this Morning