letters from dickinson to mrs. henry d. fearing

24 April 1880

Dear friend,

We hope you are not too much fatigued with the alarm of last Night, and rejoice that your beautiful Home was unharmed -

The regret my Father would offer, please accept from his Children.

E. Dickinson.

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