10 mo. 15. 1862My Dear SarahI must send thee a few lines by Edgar who all at once & without much notice or preparation has decided to pay you a visit. I fully believe he will not be an unacceptable visitor. Thee must not let him make thee any trouble or rather thee must not make any difference for him, but treat him as one of your own family. I wd. like so much to go with him but just now have house cleaning to attend to, also 2 new comers in the kitchen to instruct in my ways- thee knows what trouble changing maids creates- & we are just going thro' the
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