of an 1836 Letter
by: Judy C. Ware
I am greatly obliged by the friendly invitation contained in your
letter of the 28th inst.
I am greatly obliged by the friendly invitation contained in your letter of the 28th inst.(of this month) and I delivered your message to Judge Porter and Mr. Crittenden. We should all be most happy to visit you at your own hospitable house; but such is the anxiety which we have to reach our respective homes, after an absence so protracted, that we are compelled on this occasion to forego the satisfaction of seeing you.
Should a future opportunity present itself, I shall with pleasure
embrace it to visit you; and I shall be highly grateful to see you at
J.W. Ware Esquire
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