Love Letters

Love Letters

LETTER XLVIII - LORD NELSON TO LADY HAMILTON

Since I wrote you, my Dearest Emma, on the 30th and 31st May, nothing new has happened; except our hearing the _feu de joie_ at Toulon, for the declaration of Emperor.

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LETTER XLVII - LORD NELSON TO LADY HAMILTON

Yesterday, I took Charles Connor on board, from the Phoebe, to try what we can do with him. At present, poor fellow, he has got a very bad eye--and, I almost fear, that he will be blind of it--owing to an olive-stone striking his eye: but the surgeon of the Victory, who is by far the most able medical man I have ever seen, and equally so as a surgeon, [says] that, if it can be saved, he will do it.

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I wanted to tell you something special

Today I was worried because I wanted to give you or tell you something special, but I lacked the money for presents and the right words to express how important you are to me. 

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Good morning, my dear!

Starting a day is a difficult moment, but do not despair because you are strong and capable. Stay calm, because everything is going to be ok. Everything is going to turn out just fine. Just be careful to fulfill your part just right, because I want all of you and I want you ready for me when you return. 

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I hope this doesn´t come as a surprise

Everyday I think of our first date I feel like this confession was already undeniable by then. 

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Your affection feeds my body and soul

I wish I could have you right now, now that a strong desire takes over me and reveals itself through the most sensitive parts of my body; it burns me from inside, giving me an incredible desire...

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This immense love is all yours...

This immense love is all yours. This love is what that moves and targets my thoughts towards good and beauty. With you, with the emotion that your existence and closeness bring me, I am capable of overcoming all dangers and obstacles live may bring.

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LETTER XLVI - LORD NELSON TO LADY HAMILTON

I find, my Dearest Emma, that your picture is very much admired by the French Consul at Barcelona; and that he has not sent it to be admired--which, I am sure, it would be--by Buonaparte.

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LETTER XLV - LORD NELSON TO LADY HAMILTON

I have sent, last night, a box of Marischino Veritabile of Zara, which I got Jemmy Anderson to buy for me, and twelve bottles of _tokay_. I have kept none for myself, being better pleased that you should have it.

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LETTER XLIV - LORD NELSON TO LADY HAMILTON

As I do not know what letters of your's are in her, I cannot guess what will be said. I suppose, there will be a publication.

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LETTER XLIII - LORD NELSON TO LADY HAMILTON

In our present situation with Spain, this letter, probably, may never reach you. I have wrote fully; and intend to send them by the Argus, who I expect to join every minute.

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Good morning, dear!

You have the talent to transform anything into something more beautiful than the moment when it was created, as you add warmth and joy to our world.

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Spending the winter with you

Honey, I imagine us laying down on the carpet by the fireplace, some tasty cheese and a fine wine, good music entertaining us all night long, the warmth of the fire mixed with love...

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All I ever wanted

It’s great to have you in my heart and to be able to feel you close to me all day long. I never get to miss you because I know you are always with me, even when we have many roads and miles between us.

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LETTER XLII - LORD NELSON TO LADY HAMILTON

I have, my Dearest Beloved Emma, been so uneasy for this last month; desiring, most ardently, to hear of your well doing! Captain Capel brought me your letters, sent by the Thisbe, from Gibraltar. I opened--opened--found none but December, and early in January. I was in such an agitation! At last, I found one without a date: which, thank God! told my poor heart, that you was recovering; but, that dear little Emma was no more! and, that Horatia had been so very ill--it all together upset me.

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For a nice girl "spicy" version

I thought it was really nice of you to have given me your e-mail so that I could send you a little message. Besides, you are nothing but nice...

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Never met, but have always loved you…

Let me start this letter by remembering a movie I watched not too long ago: “Never met you, but have always loved you”. No, please don’t think that I’m joking or dreaming or something like that.

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For my eternal love

I´m much happier since the day I met you. Our first glance, our first kiss, the first afflictions, made the miracle of our love to be born. On the special date when we celebrate our first day together, I wish to be really close to you.

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LETTER XLI - LORD NELSON TO LADY HAMILTON

Young Faddy, my Dearest Emma, brought me, two days ago, your dear and most kind letter of November 26th, and you are sure that I shall take a very early opportunity of promoting him; and he appears to be grown a fine young man, but vacancies do not happen very frequently in this station. However, if he behaves well, he may be sure of me.

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LETTER XL - LORD NELSON TO LADY HAMILTON

Victory, under Majorca, January 13th, 1804.

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