<p style='text-align: justify;'>This note is dated 14 June 1781, from Hamilton to Gunning, in which she writes that she cannot leave London without writing Gunning a few lines. Hamilton notes that she is ill and has been 'sleeping 3 nights in different Beds' on hard mattresses, which has caused her little rest. She feels nervous and asks Gunning to tell Dr Turton that she has sent for four draughts as she has done before, and will take the same dose. She wishes to know if he approves. She asks that Gunning sends her reply to 'Babel'.</p>
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