John H. W. Pettit letters to his family in England, illustrated with sketches by the writer, 1852-1868 - Page 219
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the adoption of "Shoe " for Fainting Fits -
Can hardly imagine Nats a Daddy - He came out most extensively with his House warming business Should have liked to have dropped in upon the interesting occasion -
It was with much [?] Sagn [Sanguin?] I read your account of poor Grandf [Grandfather?] Mc?] mention me most kindly to him -
John appears to be doing well and become [?] a family now What do you think of his returning home -
Well mu dearest mother I must wind up and wish my best and kindest love believe me Ever to be.
Yr [your] most loving & Affect.[affectionate]
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Do you ever hear anything from Bingay?