Dear Father & Mother Your notes were duly received yesterday m[or]ning & Chell [& I] were very glad to hear from you, thou[gh] very sorry to hear Aunts Mary & Sue  not well yet, I do hope by the time  reaches you, you will be in a better physical state. I have been having a most delightful time here, notwithstanding the weather has been so disfavourable for outdoor pursuits; sixth-day morning you know was tolerably clear, & Anna & Chellie & I spent a very pleasant morning in the woods with our work & Tennyson. The woods sound here so lovely & the views & all are so much
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