Sunday. Your Papa had given me messages to you, but they are unnecessary, as he writes by this post to Aunt Louisa. We had a pleasant party yesterday, at least we found it so.– It is delightful to see him so chearful & confident.– Aunt Cass: & I dine at the Gt House to day. We shall be a snug half dozen.– [continued below address panel] Miss Lloyd came, as we expected, yesterday, & desires her Love.– She is very happy to hear of your learning the Harp.– I do not mean to send you what I owe Miss Hare, because I think you would rather not be paid beforehand.– Yours very affecly
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Your trying to excite your own feelings by a visit to his room amused me excessively.– The dirty Shaving Rag was exquisite!– Such a circumstance ought to be in print. Much too good to be lost.–
Remember me particularly to Fanny C.– I thought you wd like to hear from me, while you were with her.