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From Abigail Smith Adams to Lucy Cranch Greenleaf, 1811

[ca. 1811]

my dear mrs Greenleaf

How is your Mother to day. what night had She & how is miss Katy & Ruthey? have you procured a Nurse for her yet? have you heard from Weymouth I hoped to have ventured out to day to have Seen my dear Sister, but the weather is such that I dare not. tomorrow is a fortnight Since I was out of doors—Jackson has the same fever, tho I hope he will not be worse. he has kept his Bed this week—have I any thing you want? if you have not got a Nurse I believe Nancy Howard would go to you. I have not askd her, but will if you desire it—

your ever affectionate / <Sister A>


I Shall want to send to Boston tomorrow by mr Greenleaf If George cannot go, Shipley would drive him in—

MWA: Adams Papers.

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