This letter is mostly illegible because the handwriting is very faint.W2210 TO ISAAC BALDWIN MCQUESTEN FROM HIS COUSIN JOSIE HOBSON.
Feb 22 1864
To: Isaac Baldwin McQuesten Hamilton Ontario
From: Josie Hobson Nashua New Hampshire
Feby [sic] 22 1864
Dear Cousin Isaac,
I fear we [?] your [??] at [?] which we have almost neglected but I confess that we feel a measure neglected by [?] yet [???]. A [???] regards leaving Boston where [?] I often thought of you. I could not find a moments time to drop you a line, so much sight-seeing, going to Opera, Theatre &c. [?] be in [???]. Received writing [?] to see. All merry [?]. I wished you could [???] you wish to East this summer? We enjoyed your visit so much last season that we shall welcome [???]. Come one and will try and visit the United Kingdom [??].
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