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Monroe, James
fondness for poetry of Mark Akenside, pleased that Duponceau also likes Akenside, hopes that Duponceau recovers soon from illness urges him to avoid despondency, sends books by Mr Rowe and Mr Foster, expresses religious sentiment
University of Mary Washington
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Papers of James Monroe
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