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CAMS_JRyerson_B10_F001_017_001

Catherine has writin [written] al [all] the news perty [pretty] much we
Are all well and I hope you are the same. I have
Had the fever and ague and all the childern and
They look very pale they have had three Atacks [attacks]
A peace [piece] but I have had the doctor and he has curd [cured]
It once or twice but I hope they will get over it they
Talk a great deal about you they want you to come
Home and bring some candy betsy [Betsy] has not got over
her Conplaint yet and I am afraid she never will
Amos is well I doe [do] not feel very strong my self
under present sircumstances [circumstances] my courage almost fails
Some times but i [I] hope It will be all rigt [right] in a year
Or tew [two]. Amos dos [does] very well but it dose dew asevell
as if you was hear [here] yourself. They comenced [commenced] ther [there]
Hey July the 8 and J hope they will have good luck
They have not Begun their harvest yet but they say
It is ripe. The girl has left us and I have got gane
Back again I have to buy her twelve shilings [shillings] a weak [week]
But I think it cheaper at that she is sturdy and
Trusty Phil was a goodeal [good deal] like lewese here folks
Lived tew [too] close she left on monday morning the 10
Of june and gane was here before nigt [night] so I had
No trobel [trouble] every thing look very fine we have had
A great many strwberies [strawberries] and we all wished you were
Hear [here] to help eat sone [some] of them. I got your leter [letter] and
Was glad to hear that you was well and hoped you
Would return but fel [fell] in hopes that it will turn out
For the best tht we none of us can tell their will
Be a great many changes in the course ofe [of] a yeare [year] or tew [two]

CAMS_JRyerson_B10_F001_017_001

Catherine has writin al the news perty much we
Are all well and I hope you are the same. I have
Had the fever and ague and all the childern and
They look very pale they have had three attacks
A peccee but I have had the doctor and he has cure
It once or twice bit I hope they will get over it they
Talk a great deal about you they want you to come
Home and bring some candy Betsy has not got over
her Conplaint yet and I am afraid she never will
Amos is well I doe not feel very strong my self
under present sircumstances my courage almost fails
some times but I hope it will be all right in a years
Or two. Amos dos very well but it dose dew asicr???
??as if you was hear your self. they comenced ther
Hey ? why the S and J hope they will have good luck
They have not begun their harvest yet but they say
It is ripe. The girl has left us and I have got game
Back again I have to buy her twelve shilings a weak
But I think it cheaper at that she is study and
Trusty Phil was a goodeal like lewese here folks
Lived tew close she left on monday morning the 10th
Of june and gane was here before nigt so I had
No trobel every thing look very fine we have lead
Of great many strawberies and we all wished you roses
Hear to help eat some of them. I got your leter and
Was glad to hear that you was well and hoped you
Would return but fel in hopes that it will turn out
For the best tht we none of us can tell their will
Be a great many changes in the course of a yeare or tew