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book, in which I took so much
pride and so much pleasure
my book, on which I have
built so many castles, is by
the critics pronounced
too near, too close to the
private life of the Genl
for the public and I
thought this was just what was
wanted You can well imagine
my great disappointment and
sorrow My publishers made
me liberal terms, but I am
advised by critics not to
publish. - To that I [ ? ? ?]
fortune has fleed again
from me. I had hoped
to have realized a nice little
fortune from my work
and what castles I built.
Hoping the Senator is quite well
and you too my friend. I am
as always yours lovingly
Julia D. Grant

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