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out of the city, he has been
troubled with nervousness
and insomnia, and we
have kept him quietly in
the country, he has much
improved, and we hope to
return to the city in a few

I am glad to learn that
the Govenor is much better,
I think his trip must
have benefitted him very
much, and you also, not -
withstanding you left under
such adverse circumstances.

I am obliged to go to the
city occasionally to see my
doctor, and I will call in

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to see you as soon as I can.

Please thank Mrs Robertson
for the letter she so kindly
sent me.

With kindest regards to the

Yours sincerely,

Amelia V. R. Pixley

Oct 21st - 1892.

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