Dear TomMany thanks for thy letter & thy kind offices with regard to “pink papers”. I had no sooner written to thee than I remembered those things had not been sent us. They were an awful bother last year having to go to Tinlon[?] to find a Consul, & he an ignoramus so great rejoicing in the camp.Hurrah also for reformers victory I read also with pleasure of Gov Pennypackers “conversion”! AC says "tell him his letter is as good as a chapter of Dickens" see "Pictures from Italy" over wh we are laughing at present. But this is a very shabby answer -- the day is done however & tomorrow we want to make an excursion if the sun holds good. More anon Thy affect Cos. C E C hoping thee will excuse
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