Henry S. Butler
so fresh that we could have your on many miles more. Please ask Mrs Taylor about Devil's Lake, as Frank and I would like to go there this vaca- tion. Tell Agnes that "Rake" comes every day to see her. - Our cistern has given out. it must leak. I think I will have the mason look at it. Sam is coming to- night to help me bring water from Gen Lourd's for the washing tomorrow. A letter came for father, from R N Rice. Concord Mass. - a few days ago. I would write more. but must go to the story of the man who says [um pins Aemeas?]. whom I left filling himself at the table of Queen Dido. Yours truly from your Son Henry S. Butler.
1870 Apr 25
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 12.5 cm.
Reel 02, Image 0257
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