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W3619 TO REV. THOMAS BAKER from Louisa Pike
Dec 29 1881
To: Rev. Thomas Baker 3 Bold Street Hamilton Ontario
From: London, England

Dear Mr Baker

My sister Mrs Taylor saw dear Aunt last Monday and she was quite [nicely?]. Spoke of you and the birthday. It was suggested to send you a card to which she gladly consented saying it would be a great pleasure. I sent one home have got one for her which we hope will be accepted and suitable. It is very beautiful Such it may arrive in time. Dear Aunt decries her best love and grateful thanks for all you have done for her. Also love to Mrs B. and all the family. We are having very mild weather for the season which no doubt is acceptable to many last year having been one of of much trial and also desperation [sic] of trade fear there are many in great straits but we must have far better timing. My sister finds me in kind regards to Mrs B. yourself and family in which Mr Blackham joins

Yours truly

Louisa Pike

Wednesday June 11 Of King Street Cannel Gar

P.S. We had a letter from Mrs Setterfield about Aunt and which my sister read to her. It stated the baby was a fine fat little girl at which Aunt laughed heartily. We have answered it Address

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