Post, Amy Kirby. Letter to Mary [?].
o'clock. I am a delegate from the Lyceum rather a strange position to be in, as I do not belong nor approve of the organization I think it is doubtful about our being receiv- ed, Mrs Collins is in the same fix, I shall not blame them if they reject us, We have company from Kansas, a woman & her daughter, name Heath - they talk of settling here, pleasant people, real free, or liberal thinkers. She is reading the Magic Staff. Well now the Convention is over and I have returned at five Oclock, and alone, no company, until to night after the old folks dance, then two or three people from Buffalo are to come and stay the night. we had no trou- ble about our membership, it was a pleasant meeting, some very decided things said and done for free speech and free platform, children's Lyceums [& c?]. The sun shines beautifully this afternoon, which is very refreshing after such a rainy - sultry time. Mary Willis continues to have a trying time with her restless baby, though his inflamed [paits?]