<p style='text-align: justify;'>Note from Dorothy Blosset to Mary Hamilton. She writes that she cannot allow Hamilton to leave town without sending her 'kindest wishes' and to thank her for calling on her. She writes that she had the pleasure of seeing Hamilton's husband and daughter the previous night and was intending to call upon Hamilton that morning but Dickenson had informed her that Dr Suton was to call on her that day and she thought it would not be convenient for Hamilton if she was to wait on her. Blosset is sorry that Hamilton is to leave town and hopes that ill health will not be the cause of her next visit.</p><p style='text-align: justify;'>Dated at Dover Street [London].</p>
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