Mary D. Huntington to John Whiting Huntington, May 22, 1828
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him pretty soon the only way to we tell them apart is, the older one wears bands and the other [?] not. Ma feeds the babies with catnip tea and little E calls it Catherine [?] when we all George he is a naughty boy he says [?] naught boy, good boy. I think now I have written you quite a long letter and will close by saying I am your affectionate sister Mary
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