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Letter to Robert Crawford

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My Dear Crawford
I enclose you the very
flattering mention of you by
your Brother Officer after your
departure from the Land of
lakes and the manner in
which your dear Father is
mentioned must be highly
pleasing in his Turn.
I am [¿] to day who has
Invited me up in February
to Dinner to meet you,
I shall be in Town early on
that day when I shall Call
upon you & till then

Yours sincerely
[¿]

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Letter to Robert Crawford. 2021. In The Corpus of Modern Scottish Writing. Glasgow: University of Glasgow. Retrieved December 2021, from http://www.scottishcorpus.ac.uk/cmsw/document/?documentid=278.

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Letter to Robert Crawford

Document Information

Document ID 278
Title Letter to Robert Crawford
Year group 1800-1850
Genre Personal writing
Year of publication 1821
Wordcount 76

Author information: Anonymous

Author ID 454
Surname Anonymous