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May 25 '99 Dear Clara, 'Absent thee from felicity a while' and give us a crumb of consolation for missing you so homesickly out of this dear Dublin by making yourself, and making Mr Payne let you, [[underline]] come up here one Sunday. [[/underline]] The first one [[end page]] [[start page]] before we give you to him! Our best regards to your Mother and Sisters, Your affect friend, Abbott H. Thayer Dublin, N.H. May 25 .99
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