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My dear Elizabeth

I have been waiting that the Tasmanian letters should go sooner with the intention of sending them to you to read as I know both you desire [indecipherable] & you will feel pleasure in knowing how happily my dear Brother went to his rest. You will return the Letters to me
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Bessie is well & I am also but I feel all these sad events have depressed me very much. We have had so much sorrow during 1871, we seem hardly able to look forward to anything more bright   

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