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through the last part. But I hope it did
not proceed from any serious cause
I am inclined to attribute it to my
previous silence. I suppose they were
tired of writing without being
responded to although I have always
been punctual. Yet my indisposition
has prevented my usual strict attenti-
on to the dispatches of my dear kind
friends. Peace attend them Keep me
under the shadow of thy Almighty
wing this day. O King of Kings.
Monday morning July 23d Williamsburg 1849
Since my last statement almost a week has elapsed
It appears impossible for me to note the daily
occurrences of my varied life. Once it was as
regular a daily occupation as any of my
numerous duties I deemed it incumb-
ent upon me to notice and record
the employment and the manner
of spending each day of brief existence.
I fear I am losing my former morbid
inclination for the eventual use