<p style='text-align: justify;'>Letter from Dorothy Blosset to Mary Hamilton. The letter is concerned with general news and with a 'Miss W'. Blosset is glad that Hamilton has heard from Miss W and hopes that the ladies will not forget the kindness that Hamilton had showed them 'in the melancholy circumstances'. She continues to describe Miss W as being young and pretty with many talents and notes that such a girl should 'conduct her self with prudence in such a world as London contains'.</p>
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