McFarland-Russell Letter, August 22, 1871 - Page 4
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eleven and only have written two pages, are you not sorry for me.
Well I thought I would tell you not to work too hard but I see
it will no use.
Ma says give her kindest regards to you. and I am not certain
that the rest of them send theirs: [Ann?] is writing so [illegible] me
for half a chance I could see to whom she was writing, but I will
not destroy her confidence in me. I think she has beaten me by [five?]
pages. Write soon and let it be a long letter.
Goodnight Mr. Russell.
Your sincere Friend
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