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Gowanda July 27, 1836 Dear Bob Why in the []t dont Frank answer my letters. I wrote to him long long ago, and as yet no reply s[]purr him upp for me. I was most happy on receiving your letter for it solved some of the many doubts which I have had of your sanity indeed Bob it pained me very much to think you was an Egotist, and now that I precei[]ve my mistake I crave your pardon for the little pains I took last muiten[?] to make my self agreeable to you however let bye gones be bye gones and now we'd shake hands for a long continued Friendship on legal grounds. I never was twice as hard as now. The Time makes all things

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but the beautiful "Tree wpill Hills" and undulating meadows look dessolate, Tell Charlie [underl] that I have descovered a most splendid place up the Creek (Grand & Glorious I should say) also a cave which is unexplored and patiently wate his ariviel to dive into the depths of mother earth and bring to light wonders such as mortal eyes never beheld. How soon can you all come down I expected that Rans, Alice and you would be here with Hellen. Howevr I neglected to invite you in time but I can not see why that shoulde make any differance for we love you all and want you here all the time. [last 5 underl] Will Uncle Wm let Fam come down this Fall with Ransom how many cann come from your house

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let all

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I have been

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Robert Kennicott "The Grove"

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