Letters

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To Ralph Richardson of Greenfield Hall from John Richardson of Dartmouth; his dividends from Talargoch Mine, "I well know mines are like a lottery, very uncertain in there emoluments..."; his own and his wife's health, "I have felt it as hot as ever I did in the West Indies..."; "I have just enter'd my sixtieth year..." (1828); asks for news of John Constable and his (Richardson's) relatives at Newmarket; "I have just recieved the melancholy account of poor Elizabeth's (Richardson's) death..." (1830).

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