I suppose by this time I have established my reputation as a tolerably steady correspondent. Whenever I get a little spare time I like to employ it in this way, not knowing whether I shall have as good an opportunity soon again. I do not think however the present could be called a good opportunity as the only place I have to write is in our room & that is about ten degrees warmer than a ham. I think however it will be a comfortable room for sleeping in. So far we have been agreeably disappointed in the accomodations both as respects table & bedrooms. The [Sportsmen] House at Richmond is as good as a N. York Hotel. This where we now are is clean but more like an ordinary country Rail Road house. Richmond surprised
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