My dear Wife I have little to add to Lillys letter but Wistar had better take a well filled envelope so as he may think it more worthwhile to deliver it. As for himself & Ellis, they carry on the most of their correspondence on Postal cards. a practice I have little unity with. We appreciate more fully than we did at first that we have got to the pleasantest house on the island from the fact that people keep coming to it from some of the others to get something to eat. Rodicks in that respect is as good as outs - but it is so crowded as to be rather uncomfortable at times for people who love quiet. Our landlord is a nice straight forward man & is, as well as his wife, more intelligent & cultivated than the most
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