Mary M. Graydon
but the laboring men around the [Station?]. A little story ? about Miss Eliza, shortly after the last operation when the Drs had gone, she asked her Cousin to look in the dictionary & see if one had pronounced a word correctly!, "ruling passion" etc. Well, perhaps you have already heard that you will see Kate before we do. She has collapsed,016113 of course she could not continue to stand such work, she will be at I 530 college [an?] [illegible] [illegible], about April 1[0?]th, she is on her way home, where I think she will rest a year, [illegible] I hope for all time. Well, write to us, tell us about the book, there is interest here, even if Miss Eliza is gone.
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