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still standing. I never can
submit to let this happiest
time in the whole year pass
away so soon as long as the
large pine tree stands there
with all its little ornaments
I feel as if the saviour
was still laying a babe
in the Manger.

Well now - I have talked
as my heart feels - have
I been too tiresome and
taken up too much of your
time - please do forgive.
my best wishes to my dear
and sincere thanks for his
book and with all the
best my heart can feel
I remain dearest Mrs Stanley
Your dearest and
loving child
Jenny G.

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with preparation for leaving.
My Otto is always the same
working consciencious being
who is nothing but love for
me in fact I never [saw?] a
more moral, virtuous man.
We have had a good deal of
[sorrow?] these last times
having so much with Ham
burg and Stockholm to do me
of course have been in
great anxiety for our
friends as well as also for
our own property although
our money is very safe and
well invested. my father
in Land is one of the fallen
in Hamburg and this was
for Otto a great grief yet
he is such a honest man
and his affairs all so clear
and well regulated, that nothing

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