SnowShoe 8 mo. 16 1870 Dear Anna We have been looking today for letters but have failed to get that gratification - & now I suppose will get none before 5th day as the mail only comes here three times a week. We can send letters every day by giving them to the conductor of the train to mail at Bellefonte so that you will probably hear from us with more regularity than we from you. Hazen sent thee a letter this morning which [--------] told thee all the stirring news to date. Friend Isaac Miller came up yesterday noon & [----] [-s] a tramp in the afternoon to what he called part of the primeval forest which was fine in the way of moss & ferns but the trees were not large. The foreman of the sawmill who accompanied us the latter
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