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[[underline]] on Death of Lady C. F. July 1813 [[/underline]] I hardly feel this is a Moment to trouble You with a letter My own dear Mrs Feilding & yet I can not let the day pass without having to express all my heart [[underline]] feels [[/underline]] at the loss of one no less [[unclear]] [[unclear]] the best of Mothers to You and quite a Parent to me & all my dear Brothers & Sisters My first [[underline]] friend [[/underline]] whose friendship I valued far beyond what I can describe therefore by [[underline]] your [[/underline]] own feelings [[underline]] alone [[/underline]] can You judge what [[unclear]] we are suffering at this Moment but I thank God She is released for her own sake as the