Woodbourne July 4thDear Cousin Anna,I don't know why it is, but I do feel a most unresistable desire to write a few lines to thee- not that I expect thee to care much about them but it may prove to thee that I like to think of thee and thine, whilst so widely separated. I was truly sorry to hear through Anne's letters, of poor little Tommy's trouble, and I do hope he is better by this time. It was very gratifying to receive the little letters from home, and quite unexpected, as Lilly seemed to think before I went away, that it was hardly worthwhile to write as I was coming back so soon. I am enjoying myself very much, and am rejoiced that Clemmy seems to enter into things with so much
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