Phila. 10 mo. 5 1869 Dear Anna Chelly recd a letter from Lilly & I one from thee yesterday from which we learn the pleasant news that thee was now on the mend & hope now that a start has been made thee may go on to a permanent improvement. As thee says nothing more about coming home with [---] [H--well] we trust that scheme has been abandoned. I dare say you will feel more lonely as your friends leave you, singly or in shoals, but on the other hand if your health improves your spirits will rise
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