Thee must not suppose dear Sarah from my silence that I have not had thee frequently in my tho'ts- indeed we talk about & think of thee very often- & sympathize deeply with thee, in thy return to thy lonely home. I heard of sister C's letter of sympathy addressed to thee last week & reserved mine till this time, hoping that tho' last it will not be least in feeling.It was truly gratifying to hear of thy getting along so comfortably- & I do trust thee will not feel it necessary to exert thyself more than is good for thy lame limb. & do excuse me for advising
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