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Circumstances still prevent the writer from visiting Cincinnati. Luckett has nothing "new or interesting" to write. The subject of matrimony, which interested him greatly at one time, is "losing its former potency." He speaks of a Dr. Harris and Mr. Early who have entered into a temporary partnership. Abstract Number - 92
Luckett, Dr., "Letter from Dr. Luckett to James B. Finley" (1830). Finley Letters. 91.