Charlestown, Jan 12. 1888.
My Dear Brother,
Lizzie Meloy came yesterday afternoon and told me about your letter and that you wanted me to send your trunk. I hurried through with my work and started home early this morning, - "if I must call it home." Mollie went with me, she went to Aunt Sarahs! About ten o'clock it commenced to rain and sleet, and such a time, you could not immagine a worse day, we walked home
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