Letter from Edmund Russell to May Wright Sewall.

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July 18

My dear friend.

It seems ages since I word from you, but I know of your many cares - will you not write a four lines and tell me how you are, where you are going this summer and how Mr. Sewall is -

It would be much as [?] to see you again there are so many things to tell you of -

I hopve had my usual wanderings during the

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hard winter and expect to be in a war [?] [?] most of the summer with short seasons at different resorts.

I send you a copy of the leather book that has taken all the time that I should have given to writing to my friends.

And when that it may [?] you -

The [Delasorta?] Society is just where ? not owning to the impossibility of uniting the different factions.

I had a very pleasant [?] with the [Wilsnte?] family last summer.

I [?] of you constantly of come through after [?] but know that fate will soon but we see you [?] never [?] in my admiration and devotion to you.

Faithfully yours Edmund Russell

I am at the Hoffman House for a [?] [?]

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