My dearest Lilly Another magnificent day after two dull ones. Thy last letter arrived last evening and I was very glad to get it. The improvement in Frankie continues, but is not very marked, though certainly considerable since they day we came. I think we will come up on Sixth-day by the morning train. Edward & Mary Starr came down last evening and the former returned this morning. Cousin Eleanor & Sister Amy go tomorrow, and I believe, Carrie to-day. Frankie's appetite continues good and he is generally quite cheerful,--actually got to playing with a little girl yesterday afternoon in the parlor. I only wish I knew a receipt to put a little spirit into him. I have not changed our rooms, not having been able to obtain communicating rooms on the sea side, as there is only one set on each floor. The people who keep the hotel are very accommodating, and the house is comfortable., but too much heated at times, but
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