I enclose that same old love. wonder if it will ever become stale? when it does you must let me know & I'll discontinue it. hope I haven't interfered with your engagements if I have, I don't care - I mean I very sorry -
My regards to Gorer - Stone & the rest of those chaps - I am now as ever your best friend & something more
have to your imagination what that is
Truly, myself, Tillie Wise
Prairie Eden Ills
March 1st / 64
"Mon Cher" "Sam"
Being weary of sewing I took a letter from my pocket, bearing the well known & ever welcome signature of S. A. Clark, after reading it for the I don't know how many-eth time concluded "now was the accepted time" to answer the same, acting upon that conclusion, see me Seated for the purpose. Perhaps you think a Farmer's Daughter & country Girl, should have other employment than writing letters on Mondays, can't help it if you do, they have all gone off & left Mother & myself; & I shall do nothing as sleep Just as I please. I would like very much to walk into the Halls of Legislature Just now & listen to the outporings of Eloquence
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