The Mary Hamilton Papers : Letter from Henry Hamilton to John Dickenson

Hamilton, Henry

The Mary Hamilton Papers

<p style='text-align: justify;'>Letter from Henry Hamilton to John Dickenson. He asks if on occasion Dickenson thinks of 'a certain old blade who vegetates at Bermuda 3000 miles from fashion, amusement [and] rational conversation'. Henry Hamilton enjoys his correspondence with Dickenson, the information he provides and his anecdotes. Writing of Sir William Hamilton [Mary Hamilton's uncle], he states that he assumes that Dickenson 'has been uncommonly amused no doubt with the extravaganzas of the Neopolitan Knight', and asks for information. He continues on his relations and declares that to his mind relations are fair game for laughing at.</p>

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