Dear Lillie I am sorry that my letter could not be understood. I feel that I am growing stupid, but I did not know that it was so bad as that & am inclined to lay some of the fault on the handwriting, so I shall take extra pains to make this decypherable. In the first place I did not mean to write authoritatively at all - but to leave the question very much to thy own judgement. I was wrong & thee was right about thy keeping up the place at Woodbourne - & I feel as if in all questions connected therewith thy judgement is probably best. As to who is the legal decider that is a matter of no consequence - I suppose when we put the account
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