<p style='text-align: justify;'>Letter from Richard Glover to Mary Hamilton. The subject alluded to in the letter is probably John Dickenson's first, unsuccessful, marriage proposal. Glover notes his concern when he learned that she had received no reply to letters she had written 'to a certain quarter' and on her 'peculiar embarrassment' of her situation. Glover hopes that this situation has now been resolved and that he is now free from the anxiety he had on her behalf.</p>
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