<p style='text-align: justify;'>Letter from Dorothy Blosset to Mary Hamilton. She is obliged to Hamilton for forwarding her some information which relates to her sister. Blosset had received correspondence concerning her sister and she assures Hamilton that there is nothing 'in that paragraph which reflected in the smallest degree after my sisters conduct'. She notes that 'part of the letter is a private intimation of the Wickedness of the man in whom she has plac[e]d such a Confidence' and it has 'open[e] her eyes & I trust will be productive of great advantage to Dr. & Mrs De Salis'.</p>
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