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Thomas Johnson's Note on Letter 84

MANUSCRIPT: AC. Pencil. Dated: Wednesday. Enclosed in a letter written by Lavinia. An attempt has been made to erase the words "Susie and" in the second paragraph.


Louis Kossuth visited the United States in the winter and spring of 1852, and was received with great enthusiasm. His pictures show him wearing a hat with a flat-topped crown, wide brim, with a plume attached to one side. The sales of the American copies were enormous.

Gordon Ford and Emily Fowler were married late in 1853. Austin came home on April 7 and stayed five days.

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