<p style='text-align: justify;'>Letter from William Kerr to Mary Hamilton. He thanks Hamilton for her letter, which he received upon returning from Greenwich the previous night, where he has been stationed with his regiment for the Review. He expresses his admiration and respect for her character, that her heart is so good that he never imagined it could be improved even by life in Court and the attentions that she receives there, and that he never felt she would forget her more humble acquaintance. He continues to discuss the Lady mentioned in his previous letter, explaining that her friends have not told her of their intentions for her to become a wet nurse, as if they had gone about things any other way she may not be successful.</p>
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