Excerpt from Elegant Epistles, Vol. 2
I have written to Mr Morice about every thing I can think of relating to your accommodation on the road, and shall not therefore repeat any part of it in this letter, which is intended only to acknowledge a mistake under which I find myself. I thought I loved you he fore as much as I could possibly; but I feel such new degrees oftenderness aris ing in me upon this terrible long jour ney, as Iwas never before acquainted with. God will reward you, i hope, foryour piety to me, which had, I doubt not, its share in producing this resolu tion, and will in rewarding you reward me also; that being the chief thingi have to beg of Him.
Adieu, my dear heart, till I see you! And till then satisfy yourself, that, what cvcr uneasiness your journey may give you, my expectation of you, and concern for you, will give me more. I am got to another page, and must do violence to my self to stop here - but I will and abruptly bid you, my dear heart, adieu, till I bid you uelcome to Mont pelicr.
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