June 6th 1858
I have this ticket more than
I know what to do with, so I'll
send it to you, and if you can come
I would be pleased to see
you. Our examination con-
tinues on the 1st of July, the 14th
is commencement day. I will leave on the 16th via Memphis."
Miss Vinge is now at Oxford, has been
here for eight days, will leave in two
or three days. Miss Vinge takes
the shine over any girl in Oxford."
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis also are here. They
have all been to Houston Ala. to
the general Presbyterian assembly.)
As you are due me a letter which
I have almost despaired of receiving
I will not write more
just now. If you will condescend
I would like to hear from you."
I received a letter from Pa a week since
All were well, - corn and cotton looking
unusually well. Give my love to Jerrie
Also to Uncle and family. Affectionately, Jerrie
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