My dear Sister,Mother has just sent Sally up with an epistle from thee to her for me to read and with directions that as I intend writing to do so this afternoon and say that she is well and getting along admirably- hopes you will not feel uneasy about them and not hurry home on account of home. Indeed she and Aunt look so happy there together that thee need not console with her in the least on account of loneliness. Mother now can ransack and make and mend at her leisure and without interruption. Sister Ruth with her husband & baby and work and I with my ditto ditto ditto spent one first day with her very pleasantly and since I have been taken tea with her but can not call very often to see her on account of family affairs. Hannah is still with me and doing her best we still have homemade bread and a very good table in regard to cooking. I hear no prospect that she could have done so well but I have had to work quite merrily or I should never have things to get done in time.. We have a good black boy and Aun Clement has come and suits very well and now if I could meet with a good
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