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leave of my senses it ought to be a pride in one
to recover my liberty and restore myself once more
to that society I have so much lost sight of.
  [?] such foolish and such wanton 
irregularities known to my friends at home
it [?] produce in those who already consider
themselves diagrand? by my conviction the
most poignant & heart rending sufferings
but I trust it will be with held from them
as I am certain it would do me no good and
would deter them from ever doing any thing
for the further [?] of my prospects
in life and upon the Rd R. Hill

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