My dear family, severally and collectively. I have concluded to write to you all at once, knowing as I do that you will all be glad to hear from us, and hardly knowing which of you to pick out to whom to indite my epistle. When we arrived here last morning we found thy letter, dear father, and Hazen's awaiting us, and before taking off our things possessed ourselves of their contents, which you may be sure were very welcome. We were so glad to learn that thee, dear
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