new and am in a hurry to get my dress made. Yes, Mr Hall did call and we had a very nice little visit considering all things and I think now that we really might become acquainted and that I should like him well We discussed most freely all the evils of life and I trust he will call on his way back that we may do justice to the [underlined: other] side of the gues- tion) He wished to be re- membered to you when I write for he says he likes you and I think he does. By the way I forgot to tell you to tell Mrs [ Luttle?] that I return many thanks for the nice little plant, with my love to her and also May. I am dis- appointed that the latter has not made us a visit this Summer. And so you saw Johnathin, Did [deleted: you] he call on you or did [deleted: you] he happen to meet you? Your poetry was quite melting, pray do it some more. Annie has not yet been home but has now only in few more days to teach. little Gracie has been quite sick but is now recovering I had almost for- gotton to say that I trust the next
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