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of the arrival of the " Albatross," and I must now bring my intended long letter to an abrupt termination, as she sails to-morrow.
Now, in conclusion, let me give you a commission, but not, I hope, a troublesome one. I wish you to pick me out six sets of law-booksabroad, clear, plain, equity decisions, or works on equity, and one or more of useful forms, for law babiesanot Burn's " Justice of Peace "aLord Stowel's decisions, are admirable, in the Consistory Court, and pleasant readingaare the Admiralty decisions as fine ? Will you send the list to Willis, the bookseller, in Pall Mall, and he will do the needful, as I have written him on the subject.
Farewell, my dear friend, give my kindest remembrances to Mrs. Templeraa kiss to the young ones, regards to the Priorsathe kind friends at the Hospital, and Bridport, and c.,
And believe me, my dear Jack,
Your affectionate and sincere friend,
No. 114. John C. Templer, Esq.
Labuan, February 1, 1850.
My dear Jack,
i wrote you by the last opportunity, and now wish to write briefly on the subject of the clamouri wrote you by the last opportunity, and now wish to write briefly on the subject of the clamour