letters from dickinson to charles h. clark

mid-April 1883

Dear friend,

Would it be possible you would excuse me if I once more inquire for the health of the Brother whom Association has made sacred?

With the trust that your own is impairless and that fear for your Brother has not too much depressed you, please accept the solicitude of myself, and my Sister.

E. Dickinson.

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