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|Summary:||This is a letter from Joseph D. Hamilton to his mother Sally B. Hamilton, dated November 29, 1842. He writes that he has been busy with his studies. He writes that at school, one should study not only the books, but also how virtue is connected to them. Joseph updates his mother about the local news. He mentions that a count from Poland has been lecturing about the life of Emperor Bonaparte, whom he has fought alongside.|