Anna S. CopeLinden St. 9 mo. 5th/ 63 My dear Friend
I came home yesterday but find from what sister E.R. says that it is too late to see thee before thy return from Newport.
I should like to know your conclusion respecting French. When here last you were undecided whether your daughters should begin to study it this autumn or not. If they do I wish to secure for them the instruction of M. Vaillant, who is I think the best teacher of that language that we could get, and I fear, if left much later that all his morning hours will be engaged.
From what passed in our last conversation I think it would be agreeable to thee to have
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