Your letter came to hand yesterday and it gave me great pleasure to hear from you.
I regret deeply to learn of your ill health, and of your present situation at the "Church Home." Indeed it is a matter of the deepest mortification to me to know that it is out of my power at the present to bring you home to my own house, but the management of the Park Theatre was my perfect ruin,--however it is a shame that a woman of your intellect, refinements and at the same time so closely allied to one of the greatest poets our country has ever produced, should be
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