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  • For whitetails it's very common, In my hunting spot there are allmost allways double or twin fawns.

    how common is it for a doe to have twin fawns?

  • I reserved no copy of them, and they had been allmost forgot by my friends, and quite forgot by myself; but I am glad to find that my sister Catharine have discovered a copy of the original in an old pocket-Book, and kindly transcribed it for me, which I here write verbatim from her copy. — — May 31 — 1801

    Letter 54

  • I have had so murky and such various things through my brain, that the old, and that which I have not been in the habit of attending to, has faded allmost into oblivion.

    Letter 209

  • I should take advantage of the road and see Mr Burk of Barton Mills with whom an interview is allmost necissary &c.

    Letter 209

  • The late cold winds gave us all colds and I was allmost blind for some days, but have now taken up my skewer to address most of my friends, and if you find this too short, you must remember that I shall again have the pleasure of writing if my health continues, and hope to say much more.

    Letter 276

  • The piece is still in existence, and I have allmost offended some worthy members of the medical world by keeping it unpublish'd.

    Letter 119

  • The Georgicks with all its beauties is allmost a bawdy story — I will soon send you Wordsworth's poems, if there is no poetry in them I will give up my pretension to feeling and Nature.

    Letter 52

  • I floated on its surface allmost before I was aware, and saw the busy world dusty, and fateagued travelling in two distinct tracks over my head.

    Letter 35

  • My poor Boy is allmost well as to his knee, and is bringing more sence into action than I once thought the convulsions would have left to his share. —

    Letter 110

  • You will find a long scrawl to Mr L pray read it, and to help you to comprehend it, I must say that he has proposed to amend the Sky lark [1] (spoil it); to introduce notes that would tell allmost how often

    Letter 100


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