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Washington Aug 6" 75 Dear Daughter Gracie I received your kind letter and was much pleased to learn that you are well and having a very pleasant time but was sorry to hear about the little child that was so badly injured by the cars which must have mared the pleasure of your trip some what but let us hope. The little one will get over it and live long to lend happiness and comfort to the declining years of his parents. Possibly I may come to bring you home but-think by that time the goosberries will be gone. Cousin Allan must be very war-like to shoot rats in that loose manner. Aunt Lizzie has not gone to Maryland
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