I intended calling to see thee this morning, but the heat prevents me, and I must write instead, altho’ that will not quite take the place of a personal interview.
I have often thought of Lilly and Rachel since I last saw them, and about their future school-days, but a difficulty has presented in regard to my participation in the latter that I have not yet been able to remove.
My dear mother’s health is so precarious, her strength, I fear, steadily declining, that I am anxious to make everything as pleasant
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