Letter, October 14, 1835, Mary K. Call, Baltimore, to Richard K. Call, Washington, 1 p.: I expect you will be anxious by tomorrow to hear from your old wife, as I am sure I shall be to hear from you. It appears exceedingly strange that you should be away from me, we have been so long together, however I am getting on very well. Our Cousin has made me very comfortable, and I am receiving numerous friendly visits . . . I shall go for Ellen on Friday evening and keep her until her teeth are put in order. . . The baby is as usual. . .''
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