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Dinsdale, Matthew / Papers, 1836-1897
Call Number, Wis MSS DL, folder 3 ([unpublished])

Elm Hill Monday 28th Feby 1853 PDF (2.8 MB)


wandering life that is. It is not certain what I
shall do, or where I shall be. Circumstances will
determine. If you feel willing to risk every
thing and say yes I shall be most happy to
hear the _____ statement, and should like
to see you soon. On this supposition could we not
meet at the _____? You have to come to Ripon,
perhaps you are there now? My Sister has ________
we had better defer our visit to Park Field till the
last thing. This putting off, has not been my doing
but of course I aquiesce in it.
My Brothers return has wakened me from a sad reverie
into which I had fallen. Time has totally seemed to 
take an _______ leap; and we are on the verge
of the hour when we ought to leave England.
It is very desireable that we should be at the far
end of our journey before the hot weather
sets in.
If there is one thing I wish to be right upon it is this
I have written about, and my prayer to God is that
he who can not err may direct you into ____ truth.
Allow me to say that shoudl you determine
affirmatively nothing but the Love of Christ can
sustain you, But at the same time I believe our loving
each other and therefore I seek a heart that can entrust
itself to me, with a desire to give one in return. Yours most sincerely
         M Dinsdale

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