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Caroline and Cecil Burleigh letters, undated

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Wallingford Oct. 19th 1862 Mr. Burleigh. Dear Sir, As it has been some time since I received your very welcome letter you may think that I have forgotten you entirely. Rest assured your [you] are often thought of and by no means forgotten. In your letter I think you forgot to send directions and not knowing your company letter I thought I would find out by your wife before writing. I was there one week ago saturday and spent a very pleasant day with your wife and mother. She was quite as cheerful as I expected to find her and we did not talk blue very much She is trying to make the best of it but