Page 1: Ithaca 27th December 1833 I have been intending to write to you for some time back but [?] prevented me. I received a letter from W-- on Wednesday [?] and yours were both in good health but says [?]. Now I want to hear from yourself how you [?] expect to be confined and if you are provided with [?]. [?] is very material in your situation. I hope you may [?] [Mariann?]. I received a letter from Brother John announcing their little daughter on the 14th. I [?] where they intend [?] the day after she was confined she was so [well?] that [?] six lines in his letter, they both desired to be [?] -- I have the Happiness of telling [?] is [?] you have no idea my Dear Evelina what [?] I have experienced since you have been in New York [?] infinite mercy has restored her to her family once more [?] before you are confined you would find her a most [?] she would see you were taken good care of [?] going down this winter are most I have not heard anything of [?] Cornelia wrote me Mrs Rochester has a little Daughter... Page 2: sister and family are all well as well as sister Marie for their fair which is to take place next Monday [?] tell him Narcifsca has wrote him twice since he [?] letter he has not heard from home only by Dr Phil[?] her letters he must write to her immediately-- Narcifsca joins me in affection and Mr Throop wishing you [?] and [?] yours, Mrs E.V Throop
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