Mary D. Huntington to John Whiting Huntington, May 22, 1828
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Dear brother Whiting,
We received Catherine's and Frederick's letter this morning and we are very much pleased with them. I had to get up just now to fix the fire and little Elizabeth got the pen and made these marks that see. Let Saturday I went up to the cake store, with Mary and Sally [?] Nair, went on the pier which they are building and walked a great way on the rocks. I have not been over to the fort yet. Little George says he loves all his uncles and aunts and grandpa too and wants to see them all. He looks much handsome than he did when he was at Hadley. Friday Afternoon. This afternoon we expect to go over to the fort. I should like to know how you come on with your school. Have you seen Maria Flechter since I came away[?] I have been taking care of the twins today and one of them is waking up now and I supposed I shall have to take
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