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I am no stranger, Sir, to the delicacy of

your feelings; and am convinced, that you would rather face an enemy than a fulsome panegyrist. I will not therefore fay in your absence, what I

hould not dare to say if you were present; nor enlarge either on your respectable publick character, or your many amiable private virtues; and only add my cordial wishes for your safe return to your

native
country

and

your numerous friends; amongst whom, though ambitious of that distinction, I dare hardly presume to claim a place. I will beg leave, however, to sub. scribe myself, with sincere regard,

Your obliged

and obedient

humble servant,

THE AUTHOR.

Nov. 5th, 1792

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