A.L.S. November 19 [1859-1862]. �Sister� [Roxana Chapin Gerdine] to �Dear Sister� [Emily McKinstry Chapin]. 4pp.)
I rec�d your letter yesterday and also sent one to Lucy at the same time supposing her to be at your house. I think probably you may as well have daughters of your own to take care of as to have as much trouble of mine as you have had this summer.
Well I was right vexed and I could not help but laugh too as I had sent in my letter to Lucy to [bring] Lizzie three more frames and German flowers but as she has left I am glad of it. the frames are not needed but I thought Lucy had so much money she would not know how to spend it &
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