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Elizabeth Colson
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And don't you mean, when you grow up, to go to sea ? Should you not like to be a little mid- shipman ? or half a quartermaster, with a cocked hat and a dirk, that will be a sword by the time you are a man ? If you do resolve to be a post-captain, let me know ; and I will endeavor through my interest with the Commissioners of Pavements, to get you a post to jump over of the proper height. Tom is just rigging a boat, so I suppose that he inclines to be an Admiral of the Marines. But before you de...cide, remember the portholes, and that there are great guns in those battle doors that will blow you into shuttlecocks, which is a worse game than whoop and hide - - as to a good hiding. And so farewell, young " Old Fellow, " and take care of yourself so near the sea, for in some places they say it has not even a bottom to go to if you fall in. And remember when you are bathing, if you meet with a shark, the best way is to bite off his legs, if you can, before he walks off with yours. And, so, hoping you will be better soon, for somebody told me you had the shingles, I am, my dear Dunnie, Your affectionate friend, THOMAS HOOD.

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