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Sep. 16. 1867.
My Dear Belle.
I was, indeed, very much pleased to receive your letter to-night. I had been thinking often of you, and hoping to hear from you. I did not receive the paper of which you spoke (it probably came after I left the college), but I heard, through Ella, of your father's death. --- I am happy enough, in the prospect of seeing you so soon, for Louise and I return to Vassar this week, and shall be all ready next week to receive you. And you must
you will doubtless find us. We will see that your "inner" woman, does not suffer for supper. — But, if possible, you had better stay longer and come out in the morning — if we see nothing of you Thursday night, we shall expect you "bright and early" Friday. Or perhaps you will reach P. earlier than you think - in which case do not fail to
in great haste,