Phila: 6 mo: 16th 1874Dear friendClementine CopeThy note is at hand respecting the form of thy will.Thou may with entire propriety omit some of the formal expressions used in my draft. They are unimportant. It may commence with “This is my will.” The 1st clause about [?] may be entirely omitted also. There is no objection at all to thy copying it thyself. If when done x signed in presence of her witnesses, thou will let me
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