Jane Lathrop Stanford Papers

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the things they are able and well fitted by experience and age to do. I am sure no one thinks less of you for what has transpired, your friends are very many and believe in you, and I doubt if the others can feel the same about themselves.

We shall start for Cal the 1st of April - for only a very short stay we'll be here again within the month if all goes well with us. I hope we will find you there to look at you both will be a pleasure, and I hope and trust Lydia is well by this time. I am greatly relieved about my sister, although I never for one moment thought there was anything malignant the matter with her, it was really a case of effect of mind over matter. I have had a sore anxiety and it nearly made me ill. We will go away for six weeks to Europe going June 1st. I want to get away from care, letters of distress and anxieties, we will go alone only Mr Nash and I am reveling already in the anticipated peace quiet restfulness of the voyage.

Mr Stanford is much better health than when we left Cal and while so very many here have been so seriously ill he has by Gods mercy escaped. Mr Blaine is very ill now with the Grippe. We have tried to live regular, and to avoid giving dinners I gave four luncheons that exempted Mr Stanford from

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