Letter, October 21, 1864, to Lousia

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Letter, October 21, 1864, to Lousia

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Title: Letter, October 21, 1864, to Lousia
Author: Arnold, Mary
Abstract: Letter discussing Italy, travel, and assisting the poor.
Description: Oct. 21st. 1864 My dear Louisa I can only send you a brief letter, but I wish to send a small subscription for those Italian objects advocated in your letter. — It is a comfort to be doing any thing for ____, however little, when she has done and is doing so much for herself. — I am rejoiced to find that you enjoyed some well earned holiday so entirely, and are now feeling the benefits of it. — I believe there is no other remedy at once so good and so attainable—whether for body or mind—as such a change—____ ____ accustomed. Objects from the ____ oneself fairly ____ to need scores and ____. — I hardly see what can be more interesting than the attitude of ____ now —what will ____ do? I must not add more—but I like from time to time to apprise you of my ____ ____ ____ is helping the sick and the sorrowful, and the poor and the ignored. I think both [INCOMPLETE]
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2346/47249
Date: 1864-10-21

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