Excerpt from The Works of Lord Byron, Vol. 6 of 17: With His Letters and Journals, and His LifeMy health is nowmuch as usual. Mr. Hill is,i believe, occupied with his diplomacy. I shall give himyourmesaagewhenlseehimagain. Myname,i see in thepapers,has been dragged into the unhappy Portsmouth business, of which all that I know is very succinct. Mr. H is my solicitor. I found him so when I was ten ...
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