The Dennis, Atlantic City April 30, 1881 My dearest Lilly Thy letter & Agnes's came last evening & I read the latter to Frankie this morning, He seemed to be pleased with the attention. I am glad to be able to inform thee that he seems better, ate his dinner yesterday with encouraging relish and seems to be in a cheerful frame of mind. He has had just one cry since we left home, and that was not à propos of the medicine. I let Sarah take him to the table yesterday at dinner & I prepared his meat. The weather is very pleasant this morning, neither hot nor cold. Chas. L. Sharpless & wife came down again yesterday. The former is more
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