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Ans.

My Dear Mrs. Stanford

I am just as
delighted (I was going
to day, as you are) as I can
be, over the result of your
law suit. It is splendid!
and mostly due to your
own efforts, after the justice
of the case. We are all
very proud of you, as well
as of your success, I won-
der where you are now I
wish I could see you, and

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already love dearly
and begin to appropriate
as belonging to us.

I am very sincerely yours
with love, E. S. Dawes.

Pittsfield Mass.

March 4th 1896.

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