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Post, Amy Kirby. Letter to Mary [?].

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[perpendicular writing in header space is like a post script at the end of the letter]
don't do as I have done in putting off so long to write. We the Equal Suffrage association are hurrying up a fifth of July picknic if we can get a grove. Willie has now gone up to see one near Frederick Douglass which we hope to get. Mrs Heath and her daughter left this afternoon to go up to Avon. Is Andrew as fat and good natured as ever? I hope he is as good if not as fat. affectionately A Post

June 2, 1869
First day evening
My Dear Mary,
It is raining fast our folks are all at Corinthian Hall to hear a little flirt of a medium Mrs Fanny Allen speak, she has been here a Month and has spoken three Sundays in the great Hall, but the audi- ences have not been large, they anticip- ated a large addition to their numbers by going to that hall, but they are disappo- inted, I do not go to hear a medium speak, no matter how eloquent or how good the doctrine they preach, if I know that their conduct in daily life is immoral, therefore I have conscientio- usly absented myself from the present speakers meetings, and I am sorry for those of my friends, who do not yet understand that a corrupt tree cannot bring forth good fruit. Thy letter was a

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