Feb 1860Dear John I was glad when Mary came home from the meeting and said there was a litter from Pa and me and [illegible] asked hir ware it was and she said David had it in his pockit When he came I wondered what was in it than Ma opened it and got the ledar. Mary and Anna goes to school and I go to sometimes I guess about half of the time and our teachers name is Daniel gillfillan and he teaches [illegible] at the bridge and the [illegible] school house and Mary and Anna is going to stay the last night But I guess I wont. John Be sure and come up for we are all wearying more then ever for awhile I was looking all the time for you and I was sure you would come I have had a cold for a long time now and have not been out [illegible] since it is about a month since I was at the meeting [last?] [illegible] is no Sunday school now you [xxx deleted] [xxx deleted] [illegible] told me to ask Ma if she wold like to ride in the car [illegible] she [says?]
1860  Feb
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