Finds his journal interesting; they will read it aloud to Papa on winter evenings. They all regret the long time the journey is taking.
My dearest Charles,
Your last letter was very interesting, & we were very much pleased to receive
it & your Journal. I am very glad of this Parcel, as it gives Caroline an
opportunity of sending you some little Books perhaps you will like. I can think
of nothing to send you, except a little Chain; w
I think as yet it has been quite wonderful how regularly our Correspondence has gone
on. I do not think there was any April Letter lost; by the order in which we write to
you, I think the April letter must have left here the end of March.— I have really nothing in the world to tell you—so I must
stop— Bless you dear Charley—ever y
- f1 225.f1No letter from the family to CD dated in late March or in April has been found.