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moreover I have seen Keats this Morning & He assured me that She was going on very well. Ldy Elgin has also desired [[underline]] Dr Warne [[/underline]] to write to Dr Turton how She goes on, the answer [[deletion]] of [[/deletion]] to which She will not fail to communicate to You. She does so distinctly follow the Priscription She received in London about the Child, that You may make Your mind easy that no care nor attention will be spared, nor can it be done with more Feel nor affection. As to what relates to Her staying at Weymouth till October, that will be better decided by the Physical People who are upon the Spot as they of course must understand the efficacy of Bathing at that Season. & when You come to Weymouth as You tell of doing You will Yourself be a better judge of what is to done, & hear their opinion.