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Letter, 1862 May 16

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them out of the rain when young and feed them on bread or doing the goos are geese feathers are very valluble too make bed

They are picked from 3 to 4 times a year geese are a great injure to pastures but if turned upon the come commons alible to stray away and some of them stray for miles and some times the fox catches them