Philada 8 mo. 15. 1876Dear AnnaI have three sheets from thee this morning, coming with the explanation that the shortness of the letter is because there is nothing to say. If thee has anything particular to say would it not be well to go back to the Postal Cards.Nothing new at home. Mary goes to Mothers every day to dinner & we go after her in the afternoons. We are regular as clockwork. More regular in fact than our clock which this summer I generally forget to wind up. My last letter to thee I at first directed to Anna S. Brown—Second child hand[?] I suppose.Tom writes from Jefferson that they have had a hot time of it so far. They have
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