Dear Anna The enclosed I suppose have been on hand several days. They had been put by Laskin in the wrong place, with old letters & were overlooked. When thee gets the letter from the P.O. at Washington please look whether there are signs of postage stamps having been on it & taken off. I think I put the full number on. Once before we detected the letter carrier stealing stamps off od letters. He was removed but there may be other scamps [around]We had a pleasant shower last evening which has picked us up somewhat & cooled the air. Had Toms girls to tea & rejoiced together over the change. Mary Hartshorne sent Grace at dinner time to say that neither Anna nor Henry were well enough
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