Note from Edward Pease to Leonard Raisbeck

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1827-1828
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Informs Raisbeck that he has read his letter. 'I say is often darkest just before day break. I have seen by continued patience such an evolving of things, that I have been glad I did not act on the spur of the occasion, but particularly beg he may follow his own feelings'.

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Identifier:
RAIS/4/1/13
Transcription:
Please to inform my fr'd L Raisbeck I have rec'd his letter, & say it is often darkest just before day break & I have seen by continued patience such an evolving of things, that I have been glad I did not act on the spur of the occasion, but particularly beg he may follow his own feelings__ on every future contingency uncertainty must be considered as attaching!
Rec'd 10 Oct 1827

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