Post, Amy Kirby. Letter to Mary [?].
real cordial to my spirit - how I do rejoice that you are enjoying yourselves in a comfortable home together, Oh how much a cheerful Mother can do for the good and happiness of grown up sons, and as circumstances have reunited your home and interests, after your many bitter trials, it is delightful, to think of your mutual benefits together. Thy son Merritt's cheerfulness, and social ability through all his poor health, is really a wonder to me, I think he deserves a great deal of credit for his perseverance. I wish thee could get acquainted with Jackson & Mary Davis, I see no way but for thee to just go and introduce thyself don't wait for me to come, I have not thought that we should go down that way this summer. Here is my letter unfin- ished yet, it is now Wednesday morning it is raining yet, the rain on sunday evening was a great one, Mr and Mrs Hebond were here and could not start for home until after 12 O clock, today the State Convention of Spirit- ualists convene here at Thlyers Hall at 10