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7 Fifth Avenue
Feb. 20. 1876-
My dear friend,
May I not send to you
who even [so] tender toward [our]
[sorrow] a year ago, a word of sym-
pathy in your great loss? It can be
only an expression of sympathy, for
it would be folly in me to try
to point out a way of relief to one
of your deep [will].
How well I remember Mrs.
Garrison, years ago, when we were first
in Boston, & so many times enjoyed your
cordial hospitality! We were impressed
with the happiness of your family, & spoke
of it to my Mother who thought it the re-
sult of a rule which guided you. What
it was I do not quite remember, but think
it was something to this effect: that every
child should have full freedon of opinion.
With affectionate remembrance to you all,
Elizabeth L. Miller