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To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDS April 21, [1863], Philadelphia My dear Annie I could not send this notice sooner for Carrie has been very ill and I could not write of course—she is better now—able to be up— I do not agree with you about the book. You…

To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDS [mid-May? 1863?], Philadelphia Only time dear Annie for one word to send with this. It came yesterday—I will send the notice of Mr. Browning’s book tomorrow I think. [1] I wanted to write it and have nearly finished it…

To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDS [April 12, 1864], Philadelphia My dear dear Annie Clarke has just sent me up your note and I must answer it myself, though maybe he may from the office. I wanted to write before only to say I loved you— God knows how dear and…

To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDS March 15[25?, 1864], Philadelphia[1] My dear Annie I feel ashamed when I think of your two welcome but unanswered letters—yet I was not in fault. You would say so if I could tell you how really ill Clarke was and the anxiety…

To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDS [February 17, 1864], Philadelphia Well, dear Annie, to continue from yesterday—we have been talking over those short sketches we spoke of a good deal since you left[1] & I think I would rather finish at least three of them…

To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDS [February 14, 16, 1864], Philadelphia Sunday I waited until today to write dear Annie, so that our welcome home might be fresh to you when it came. It was so good in you to just say a word to us on reaching New York–the very…

To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDS January 11, [1864], Philadelphia Dear Annie Only a line to send you this—one of your sincerest friends—I know so you must give it welcome due. Why don’t you tell me if you are coming on any of these brightest cheerfullest…

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To JAMES T. FIELDS February 25, [1864], Philadelphia My dear friend The cheque surprised me yesterday. I had not thought of your sending it in advance but, it is very welcome. Yet after all, not so welcome as the spirit that made you send it— Here…

To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDS May 11, [1863], Philadelphia Only time for a hurried thank you from my heart for Mrs. Wallace.[1] I told Mr Davis of what you said on Saturday. ‘That is very generous in Mr Fields’ he said. ‘It is just like him,’ I…

To CHARLES ELIOT NORTON August 26, 1862, Wheeling You must permit me, Mr. Norton, to tell you what a pleasant “good morning” that was you offered me yesterday. “Western savage” that I am. I know nothing of Arthur Clough[1] but from your…
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