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Lynchburg 29 April, 1916. Dearest Mrs. Townshend; With my whole heart I sympathized in your
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Lynchburg, 29 April, 1916.  
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Dearest Mrs. Townshend;  
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With my whole heart I sympathize in your troubles and uncertainties.  God grant that they may roll away, and that you may enjoy peace and tranquillity of mind - and condition. But if the spirit is at peace - the rest follows. Your work has always been so fine that the thought of it must bring you comfort.  We are going to try up here a regular monthly Suffrage

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Lynchburg, 29 April, 1916. Dearest Mrs. Townshend; With my whole heart I sympathize in your troubles and uncertainties. God grant that they may roll away, and that you may enjoy peace and tranquillity of mind - and condition. But if the spirit is at peace - the rest follows. Your work has always been so fine that the thought of it must bring you comfort. We are going to try up here a regular monthly Suffrage