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When Prose Becomes Poetry - The Last Words of Elizabeth Hutchinson Jackson to Andrew Jackson
'Andrew, if I should not see you again, I wish you to remember and treasure
up some things I have already said to you. In this world you will have to make
your own way. To do that you must have friends. You can make friends
by being honest andyou can keep them by being steadfast. You must keep
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