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came up to her followed immediately. Enclosed with this I send a note to Tom. Mrs Casey will add [crossed out] [once?] more [crossed out] for me his street and numbers I shall not get it back from the [??] letter office, as once before. He sent me a kind & welcome letter soon after Sully's death. This too came when I was too busy for writing, before leaving home. Today in Westerly has been the funeral of Mrs. Sarah Pierce, one of Mr. Bobcock's sisters. She has long been a sufferer from various ills but her death has seemed very sudden. Very sorry I have been to hear of you from time to time in the Doctor's hands & should be rejoiced to know you have quite recovered. Our good Mr. Brewer has been very sick these two months. We