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REV. JOEL TYLER HEADLY.
WHAT I have here written, my dear Headly, I inscribe to you: would it were more worthy of being dedicated to one of my early-one of my best friends. But I am persuaded you will generously overlook its faults, as you have my own. In a treacherous world, you have never deceived me. In my reverses of fortune I have ever been cheered by your sympathy; in my prosperity you have ever rejoiced.
Since first we met on the peaceful shores of Oneida, we have gone forth to mingle with the world to be deceived by its flattery and wounded by its selfishness; to struggle with its stormy passions, and meet its stern realities. How often, amid the duties of a profession