Mary Huntington to Elizabeth W. P. Huntington, Apr 4, 1835
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Oswego April 4th 1835
My dear parents, I wrote mother a short time since but as I received a letter from her last night in which she requested to be informed as soon as convenient of my arrangements that I should make relative to going home. I take this early opportunity of letting you know that, Providence permitting [I’ll] follow your advice, & leave here near the [indecipherable] next month, provided I do not receive counter advice from home before that time. If my health should be as comfortable then as at present, I think it would be unnecessary for any one to come out for the sole purpose of returning with me. I should rejoice to hear that Theodore can come, but would not wish him to come on my account alone if, as I said before I am able to return alone. With much love to all & ardent wishes for your welfare I am as ever your most affectionate daughter
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