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(1815) Author: Matthew Consett - Tema: Sápmi and the Sami
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the Lapland girls, when they agreed to
accompany us to England.

As our time is not always at our own
disposal, as we are sometimes governed by
winds and waves, sometimes by post-boys
and post-horses, you must forgive me if my
letters do not always reach a reasonable
length. But believe me, whether in
England or in Lapland, whether writing on
gilt-edged paper or on a scrap torn from
your own letters, still I remain faithfully



Avestadt, 7th July.

The gentleman whose politeness I have
before remarked, and at whose house we
were so hospitably entertained at Igsund,
proposed a fishing party on the morning of
the fourth, on the lake which is contiguous
to his house. His son was so obliging as
to make one of our company, and do his
utmost endeavours to entertain us. The
scheme, however, though well intended,
did not answer our expectations of

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