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4 It is a little difficult for me to define my feeling about Mrs. Fish father than to say that she impressed me as a society woman rather before she was a human soul, and that perhaps her work was of most importance to her from that point of view, and she did not impress me as an aggreeable [[agreeable]] or I might say a natural & alltogether [[altogether]] a sincere caracter [[character]]. I will not mention my walk with Carlson to your people (if I have not already done so) and it may be that I shall
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