My dear Sir,
I have to apologise for taken a very unwarrantable liberty with you, but you will make allowance for motherly mistakes in such a case as the present. Mrs. de Castros had taken great interest in Mrs. Hunts illness, and her enquiries led me to speak on the subject to the doctor, her husband, excusing myself to him for the freedom in the same way I do to you, on the anxiety of a mother, wishing for all the security she could get under the apprehension I have for Mary Anns present state of health; having then this freedom with you, I feel bound by every impression to communicate the
Educational use only, no other permissions given. This letter is owned by The University of Iowa Libraries Special Collections Department, and is provided here for educational purposes. It may not be reproduced or distributed in any format without written permission of the Special Collections Department.
Contact the University of Iowa Libraries Special Collections Department: firstname.lastname@example.org
Number of Pages
Number of Sheets of Paper
Scanned with Ricoh Aficio 2335 scanner at 600 ppi, 24-bit color. Archival tiff image available.