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Letter from Philip Harry and Dr. John Harry

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My Dear Uncle,
 
My Dear Uncle,
  
Long ... I presume you have both received my letter of the twenty second October and have seen Mr. Kendall who was a bearer of it. I sincerely pray that he may have had a safe passage. He will be able far better than me to answer all your inquiries respecting the Nature and capabilities of this Province. Of one thing I must, however, beg? to warn you - and that without the slightest inspiration on Mr. Kendall's word and character, which are those of a gentleman and a man of honour - and without abating one iota of love and respect I bear him for his uniform kindness & gentlemanly treatment - he is sanguine,  and views things in a lights which
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Long ... I presume you have both received my letter of the twenty second October and have seen Mr. Kendall who was a bearer of it. I sincerely pray that he may have had a safe passage. He will be able far better than me to answer all your inquiries respecting the Nature and capabilities of this Province. Of one thing I must, however, beg? to warn you - and that without the slightest inspiration on Mr. Kendall's word and character, which are those of a gentleman and a man of honour - and without abating one iota of love and respect I bear him for his uniform kindness & gentlemanly treatment - he is sanguine,  and views things in a lights which some might call too favorable, tho' it may  be my own saturn

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January 15, 1836 Fredericton

My Dear Uncle,

Long ... I presume you have both received my letter of the twenty second October and have seen Mr. Kendall who was a bearer of it. I sincerely pray that he may have had a safe passage. He will be able far better than me to answer all your inquiries respecting the Nature and capabilities of this Province. Of one thing I must, however, beg? to warn you - and that without the slightest inspiration on Mr. Kendall's word and character, which are those of a gentleman and a man of honour - and without abating one iota of love and respect I bear him for his uniform kindness & gentlemanly treatment - he is sanguine, and views things in a lights which some might call too favorable, tho' it may be my own saturn