McFarland-Russell Letter, July 3, 1884

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Orange [illegible] July 3rd 1814 Mrs. C C. Russell

Dear. Wife

As I have a few minutes spare time I thought I would write you a few lines to let you know what was going on at home. I [illegible] you in my sash that [illegible] stacks truly was very nice indeed yesterday, and will be burned this evening --it is so sad. I feel so sorry for the [illegible] presents. be very careful with the children and if they get sick dose them at once. I don't [illegible] of any more sickness much [illegible] children , the [illegible] all left this morning for Blackwood his Father and Mother came and found him in a [illegible] [illegible] them. he was [illegible] this morning when he left; and I think [illegible] is getting [illegible] of it his self

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