Haloo my brother David November 24 1861 Please sir how do you do I wish I were permited To come and visit you I must not forget you David I shall like very well to see I hope you will like to teach you must keep good ordor and you must not be to har[illegible] on the small scholars or they will perhaps begin to want to stay at home I hate to see small scholars abused I used to pity some of them last winter William Reid went away last night and I suppose David will go away next saturday night and then we will be alone for once more it seems as though we hardly new what it was to be alone 06076
1861 Nov 24
Original letter dimensions: 12.5 x 17.0 cm
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