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Cessford Papers: R.B. Winder letter, 1868 March 12

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again of neglect or indifference How do your roses come on - I wish you would raise me some, perhaps some of these days I may have a home, and it would be my first wish to beautify it with flowers - Write me how Elsa & George come on. Mary is doing well & it is a great satisfaction having her with me. We have had good sleighing here untill [sic] the last four days - the weather now however is exceedingly mild & pleasant. Give my love to my dear Mother & to all the rest & believe me Yr devoted brother R. B. Winder