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life fought out a case so completely and with so pleasant a result and I am sure that even the Dr is satisfied that he has met his superiosr at last.  To Mr Wise belongs the greatest credit altho [sic] we [??]  I claim that he would not have succeeded without me. Goode can [then] blame us both. When next I see you I will relate a few of the incidents of the trial which I am sure will both amuse and surprise you all then I must join with you in so pleasurable a result. I am [tired out]
                                                                          I remain Dr [Sir]
                                                                                 Yours truly
Charles Bull


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