Your sweet sad letter I have just recieved [sic]--I am so glad to hear you are getting better again--how I wish it was my privelege [sic] to nurse you, you would so soon be well--dear Muddie you ask, if I will come to you & watch over you, in your last illness--I will, but God grant it may not be for many years to come--Do not give up to such dark and sad forebodings--you have so many friends, who love you, & would do anything for you--Don[']t you know it? Then "cheer up your heart," as you have so often told me, & believe there are better days coming--Who knows, but you & I will live & die together yet? stranger
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