Peter to Caroline, 1876

Str Royal City
Thursday 11 a.m. 1876

My dearest Carrie,

I shall have a few minutes at Yale before starting for Boston Bar in which to scribble a few lines…. we have had a terrible passage and consequently time enough for thought — most of which has been on you and the dear chicks. it is a very great trouble to me that Frank is not learning – it is our greatest duty at present to forearm him — do dear one, devote at least one hour to him every morning, let him read 15 or 20 minutes in the evening…. when I come back we must get some person to take him in hand…. dear Pop, it is so sad to see her suffer. I have not liked her appearance of late – could not you take the stay to Fraser [?] to have it adjusted and enlarged.

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