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from my niece. I have written her & told her I should pass the news on to you. I did not say I would send the letter she had written to me.

Mr. Gurley was in this morning & took the [[underlined]] ms [[underlined]] of Chapter V. It has been hard work to recast it but I hope it is now right.

I want to hear how you are getting one. Your work is of deep interest to me, that should go without saying. Last evening Mrs Cushing & I called on Miss Leavett & you were remembered. Be careful about taking cold. There is much sickness about.

Ever affly.

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