letters from dickinson to henry v. emmons

early January 1854

I will be quite happy to ride tomorrow, as you so kindly propose, tho' I regret sincerely not to see you this evening -

Thank you for remembering Father. He seems much better this morning, and I will trust soon be well. I will ride with much pleasure tomorrow, at any hour in the afternoon most pleasant to yourself - Please recollect if you will two little volumes of mine which I thought Emily lent you -

Your friend


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