Joanna M[uir] Brown
greater pleasure. Part of it, of course we have read in the magazines, and part is new, but your writings always require a good many readings, So we began the new book with as much zest and relish as if it were all new, Last evening when we were reading it aloud Ethel enthusiastally exclaimed "Mamma! there is nothing, I ever read that I enjoy like Uncle Johns writings they are perfectly inspiring"and we all enjoy them alike I would like to know who Charles S. Sargent is - If you have not time to write please tell Sarah to tell me when she writes I suppose I ought to know, but I have forgotten, I have had quite a sick spell, and am not yet recovered; I felt so much better after coming here that I forgot myself and worked too hard, and then some times there are terrible wind storms here and our
Port Norfolk, Va.
1902 Jan 9
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