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To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDS July 27, [1863], Philadelphia I have thought of you so much dear Annie since your last letter came, more perhaps than if I had written. I did not write to you—or indeed to any one—because we have had so little quiet. First Lee’s…

To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDS June 3, [1863], Philadelphia Dear Annie I waited to finish this before writing so that I could send it in—I hope Mr Fields will like it. But I’m afraid it is too long for one number and it would not be condensed so I leave it to…

To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDSWheeling, Va.  June 18. [1861] Mrs. Fields- I have sketched a story,[1] which (as Mr. Fields is indifferent as to length) will extend through three no’s. The first part is finished.  Shall I send it on, or would Mr. Fields prefer…

To ANNIE ADAMS FIELDS[1]May 20, [1861], Wheeling, Virginia Mrs. Fields Although your letter requires no reply, forgive me if I acknowledge it. Words so courteous and womanly could not fail to meet the cordiallist of measures, even if their tenor were…
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