Thy telegram reached me this morning and I am very much obliged therefore. I fear thee is over head & ears in work and hope the pressure may not last long. We are all very well and are expecting to come home on Sixth-day, although we shall not do so unless we hear from thee approving of the plan. If thee would rather for any reason that we should stay until the first of next week, we can easily do so, as there is no necessity for us to come home, it is only that our inclinations tend that way. The weather with us is much cooler; today makes me
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