Letter from Thos B. Stevens, dated 1861-06-15

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Rachel B. Stevens Care of George Bowen Newport R. I.

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Albert C Buffum North Berwick Maine

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East Montpelier 6th mo 15th 1861

Dear Mother,

I received thy letter third day & as the wished to hear from us will wrtie a few lines, we are all in our usual health & are getting along nicely. Suzzie think better of Elsie than she did before Sh got acquainted withe her & they appear to get along with out any trouble.

The cheeses look as well as anybodys for all that I can see. The girls both say they will Stay till we get sick of them so that thee need not

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hurry hom to see to things here. Paulina Wheeler is visiting in town now she wishes to have Ann go to the Asylum & see her brother Henry & learn all about him per haps the & she can go to gether.

Mary was her yesterday she came herefrom uncle Timothys his health is about the same as when the left but I think he grows weak all the time is out of his head occasionally. cousin Freeman has taken his houses down so will probably have a new one some time. Maria Taber is gaining

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slowly goes to the table most every meal.

Bill Burnhan died last fourth day with kind of fit had not been sick long. There is no more news in particular that I know of; it has been very dry here no rain to speak of since the first of last month till last night when we had a fine shower which makes things look finely this morning. we ar hoing our corn now & so on.

Alonzo Snow started yesterday for kind of a wedding trip to St. johnsbury will begone about a week.

Thos B. Stevens

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