Philada 8 mo 16th 1834My dear brotherI have received thy letter from [Cadiz]. A few days before the receipt of it, I got the one from Gibralter. I am sorry the cholera should prevent thy seeing Seville & the adjacent country as thou mayest never have another opportunity.I have lately had a letter from brother William enclosing one for thee which I forward by this opportunity. He had got safe home with Susan after a pleasant excursion to Niagara. They went first to Providence & Boston; thence to Albany & so to Niagara. William seems to be very happy & says Susan is pleased with Susquehanna county & does not find it so much of a wilderness as she supposed.Father & Mother are gone on a visit to some of Mother's relations in New Jersey. Caroline is still in Chester County & Elanor at Job Robert's near Norristown. Both our sisters were in good health when they left the city. I think in one of my letters I have already mentioned that my family were boarding about
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