Come soon; I warn you, if you delay, you will find me ill. Fatigue and your absence are too much

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Napoleon continues to shower her with compliments in a July letter: “Your tears rob me of reason, and inflame my blood. Believe me it is not in my power to have a single thought which is not of thee, or a wish I could not reveal to thee.” A little clingy.

http://mentalfloss.com/article/31173/10-lines-napoleons-love-letters-sound-crazy-texts

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