Lucy Mack Smith, History, 1844–1845

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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[inserted slip of paper] <​had scarcely taken our goods out of the waggon when one a Mr. Osgood came in and us bade us welcome and invited us to drive the stock and teams into his barn yard and made us welcome to what feed we needed for them Mr Hooper also came with his Lady and expressed great joy that we had arrived there in safety Mr Kellog and his Lady paid us a visit early the next day these all were remarkably kind and frequently brought to me dishes of delicate or rare victuals that they supposed would please our taste I appreciated most heartily these kind attentions for I had felt the contrast so severely that I was in a situation to realize an office of friend Ship more than was commonly the case​>
[inserted slip of paper] had scarcely taken our goods out of the waggon when a Mr. Osgood came in and bade us welcome and invited us to drive the stock and teams into his barn yard and made us welcome to what feed we needed for them Mr Hooper also came with his Lady and expressed great joy that we had arrived there in safety Mr Kellog and his Lady paid us a visit early the next day these all were remarkably kind and frequently brought to me dishes of delicate or rare victuals that they supposed would please our taste I appreciated most heartily these kind attentions for I had felt the contrast so severely that I was in a situation to realize an office of friend Ship more than was commonly the case
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