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Dinsdale, Matthew / Matthew Dinsdale papers, 1836-1897: Folder 1

Madison Wis 30th June 1845 PDF (2.3 MB)


the benefit of it. The Pease do well. Shale soon
have new potatoes. This ___ I set out afew
more tomato plants. Some I put out a while
ago are now in flower. We are just going
along in the usual way. The city very quiet,
the campus and streets without the students, the
Lakes still and sleepy. Your men have cut
and taken away the grass, in teh same old
deliberate thoughtful way. As I fussed thro'
the grounds yesterday towards noon, they
were raking hay up, and one said to another
"I wonder what is the time." I suppose _____
goes today, her Brother has just been here
an a gone up street, he will probably take her
on his way back. While I have been home
she has been out almost every night. I said
nothing as I knew it would soon be over. But
it will be a relief to have her go. She has been
all right in the day time tugging at the ___
of her duties. Much love to all. Papa
*Top/Side*
Eli clayton has
had some thing on
his ________ farm
eaten up with the
_________. He
may stand it for
once but it will
go hard with__
men farming
his lands.
I_ seemed awful
to be eaten up
in that way.
Have not heard
from Tome C_____
an_ wonder if
they escaped
Sarah goes to Mrs
_____'s for two or three
weeks


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