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as many others are [[underline]] forbidden Fruit [[/underline]] for some time to come, he bien il faut s'y faire, c'est une petite chose en Comparaison de bien des autres. I hope now soon to see You, & when we have had a little more Conversation to see Dr Underwood on Wednesday next at Kew. I have not as yet heard of any recommendation for a Nurse & therefore beg that in Case You have to bring the Letters, that enquiries may be made after them. Our Life is very quiet at present, No [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] [[addition]] Company [[/addition]] but Our two ladies with Us in the House, & the Weather so bad that the Kg only can go out, To Day there is a gleam of Sunshine & that moment I have chose to write to You, in hopes of making my Ideas also appear brighter but I am afraid of not having succeeded so well. You have heard I suppose of poor Goldsworthy's