<p style='text-align: justify;'>Letter from Henry Hamilton to Mary Hamilton, containing passages addressed to Mary's husband, John Dickenson. The letter relates to his admiration of Mary Hamilton and her husband, to his own family and his views on life. He begins his letter by noting what a strange woman Mary Hamilton is. She has flattered him, and he writes, 'When I knew you a little, I liked you a little when I had a better acquaintance, I thought as your husband'. He can tell that John Dickenson is in love with his wife and notes that he is a little so himself.</p>
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