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I was very sorry to hear of Mrs Henderson's death. ( I believe
that is her name) although I was not acquainted with her,
but mearly the circumstance of your sleighing with her
when she caught the cold that was the cause of her death.
how dear some times, we have to pay for a [slight?] imprudence.

I wish you would write to me soon, and often,
and take a little pains how you write, for I do not
wish to loose one word you say. It takes all the ingenuity
I have to read your writing. all send you there love to
you, I mean the girls for no one is at home.

Remember me ever your friend and affectionate mother. Bridget Sloan

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