T.L. You need have no fears about my
writing home anything that you do
not wish me to write."
DeSoto Nov. 2nd/58 )
This morning finds
me seated for the purpose of answering
your letter, received about a week since
I [sense?] it is nothing more than right,"
that you should always write me two
letters for one, as it has never failed
to be the case yet. I intended writing
as soon as I heard that you had gone
to Oxford but did not hear until the
day I received a letter from Georgiana
a few days since. All were well ex-
cept herself - was still having a chill
occasionally. She wrote Maj.
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