Letter from M.S. Putnam, dated 1862-05-30

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6th. day. 5th. mo. 30. '62

Dear mother,

Thomas that I had better write, as he had nothing to say, only that they were getting along first rate and that thee can go to R. I. for as they are concerned - He got Elsie 4th. day morning. I found Maria quite smart - [underline]rode out to supper[/underline] in her rocking chair. Have heard from uncle T. twice - once last night - is no worse - remains just about so. Bancroft's daughter is no better. Isaac went on to Washington - expect him back tomorrow - They have had a letter from some one saying H. had the best of care - a woman nurse died with acute diarhea - Funeral is to be at E. village

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1st day - is to be buried there. Thankful has had a very sore throat - is better now. Geo. Nichols & his mother have gone to Danby - and then are going out to see Harriet - to be gone two months. G. got off one term at college. Joel is going to keep house a week or two - then he is going down Danby way. Letters from Timmy and Ann I send - nothing more from Willie - A letter from Jane Miles to thee has come - all well - also one from Susy C as well - she says "due come and see her while she is living and not let little things hinder." [Jimmie?] is well. We are to have Pat's sister next week - Hope thee is very well and having such a good meeting. Horace & Howard are well - so am I - a great deal of love from thy

Mary

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