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I am a longing My dearest Son for a Letter from Brighton with an account of the last attack in Your right Knee having subsided & that You are again able to try making a little use of Your Feet. This present Letter is not by way of troubling You with any further Questions about Charlotte, as by [[deletion]] my [[/deletion]] [[addition]] the [[/addition]] First I wrote from London they were all Slated [[deletion]] but [[/deletion]] & I shall with pleasure execute any Comifsion You will give & I have ability to execute them, but I am certain You feel with me, that there will be great difficulties to overcome, before You can please not only Yourself but the Public also, which must be Considered to a certain degree, Amongst