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that every word in it is mild when Compared with that to which it replies and I trust that My just Indignation has not Caused Me to lose Sight of My Dignity, Altho He has set it Completely aside. I have too frequently experienced proofs of Your kindness & Affection to allow Myself to believe upon this Occasion that You Could ever have invited or encouraged any Proposal for bringing My Nephew to this Country, if You Could have foreseen that He was to be brought therefor the purpose of [[underline]] bullying & Insulting [[/underline]] Your Mother, -- but I cannot deny that I have felt most acutely the want of Support which I might have expected in the Course of a Proceeding which, being decidedly repugnant to the feelings of Affection & Solicitude which