I do not know whether thee will hear from Tom to day but I thought I would send a line, as he said at breakfast table this morning that his leg did not hurt him, that he had slept like a top all night and felt pretty well. He slept here last night as perhaps thee knows from J. Haines he intended to do. went to bed a little after 9. got to sleep very soon and say, he heard nothing until 6 ¼ his usual hour for waking, but went to sleep again, and had a good nap before it was time to rise for our breakfast. The trains made
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