letters from dickinson to lavinia n. dickinson

Cambridge, about 1864

. . . walk all the way, and sleep in the Bushes at night, but the doctor says I must tell you that I "cannot yet walk alone" - Thank you all for caring about me when I do no good. I will work with all my might, always, as soon as I get well -

Tell Mother to catch no more cold, and lose her cough, so I cannot find it, when I get Home - Tell Margaret I recollect her, and hope her finger is better - You must not miss Gray Pussy, I'll try to fill her place -

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