Dear Clemmie I was thinking that it would be the proper thing to do, to write to thee from this classic spot, but deferred doing so till I should have seen Woodbourne. But last evening Lilly read us some letters from thee in which thee expressed some apprehension that my letter acknowledging the receipt of the gift had gone astray - so I thought I had better relieve thy mind [instanter] & let thee know that the money was not only received but by this time probably used up. I don't mean
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