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To JAMES T. FIELDS? May 14, [1864], Philadelphia My dear friend Many thanks for your trouble in returning the ms.[1] I know it was not usual to ask, but I had no copy & wanted it. I forgot the stamps too—before—How hot it is—I am writing…

To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDS [early 1864], Philadelphia Dear Annie I would have written on Saturday, but could not, as our house still is an hospital. Little Clarice[1] has been very ill with congestion of the lungs—yesterday we hardly expected her to…

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 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…
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