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Bishop Meade to Ann Hite, February 9, 1847

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in your request, if you determine on application. I have been very desirous to visit our friends in Middletown, but delicate health bad [even?] then & roads have prevented. I trust it will not be very long I shall enjoy that gratification I will thank you to shew this letter to your son Isaac who will regard it as an answer to his also. I was much pleased with his style of communication & trust that he [sealing wax-illegible] feel [illegible] to any minister whom God may send to you. May you live to see all your children be children of the Lord by faith in his dear son. Yours very sincerely W Meade