and it will not do to hurry matters. I lectured at Norfolk on Monday and cleared enough to settle my bill here at the Madison House with $2 over. I had a highly fashionable audience, but Norfolk is a small place and there were 2 exhibitions the same night. Next Monday I lecture again here and expect to have a large audience. On Tuesday I start for Phila to attend to Mrs Loud's Poems--and possibly on Thursday I may start for N. York. If I do I will go straight over to Mrs Lewis's and send for you. It will be better for me not to go to Fordham--don't you think so? Write immediately in reply and direct to Phila. For fear I should not get the letter, sign no name and address it to E. S. T. Grey Esqre.
If possible I will get married before I start--but there is no telling. Give my dearest love to Mrs L. My poor poor Muddy I am still unable to send you even one dollar--but keep
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