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Julia St. Cyr. Winnebago Ag'cy Nebr. July 20.1885. Dear Miss Fletcher:- I heard yesterday that you had been in New York and [[insert]] ^thinking [[/insert]] that you didn't get my letter yet. [[insert]] I write again [[/insert]] and I [[insert]] ^am [[/insert]] sorry that I had to send you sad news. I had five children to go to It and just as they were ready two of them backed out at least their parents backed out. I am very sorry for I wanted five to go anyway. There are three boys left and they are going. If I had more time than I did I could have gotten eight children. Will you please inform
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