Letter, October 27, 1835, Mary K. Call, Baltimore, to Richard K. Call, Washington, 2 pp.: ''I fear you were much disappointed at not meeting me this morning . . . I will go . . . on Thursday and return Friday or Saturday, and go out for Ellen. If you go next week we will have to get ready on Tuesday and go to Norfolk Wednesday. Unless you remain longer, it will not be worth while to go to Washington to stay many days. It would only be interrupting you from your business. But I will go down and take leave of the Old General. The ride might be of service to the baby tho I think she is better. . . I hope you will get through with your writing this week - 'there is no place like home.'''
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