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's letter to
, marked N. 3, dated 13 June, and sent with a
William Stephens Smith letter to Mr. King [Rufus King?
presumably by a vessel sailing for New York, was received by
at Boston on 31
, below), but has not been found; nor has another letter, probably marked N. 4,
and perhaps written toward the end of June. The second of
's “too long
letters besides this” is N. 5, of 4 July