Letter from Charlotte Cushman to James Fields, Sep 5, 
CreditHuntington Library, James Thomas Fields Papers and Addenda
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[page 1] Dear friend
your kind note reached me last night. but I could for nothing decided [sic]. so that I could send a note to you to +++ this morning. & I fear this will be late. However we mean to come on Tuesday (D.V) wind & weather permitting I shall send a little line to the Dr. to Bernley[?] to tell him to expect us. so perhaps this
[page 2] will save you trouble & us time. By the 10.30 Train from Boston we will find ourselves at the Swampscott station & hope to meet you. & have a jolly good Time. I went out "a fishing" on Thursday. & perhaps I didn't have a good time. & holding a large pole with a heavy sinker. exercised muscles which have not been usually exercised, & then went to hear some
[page 3] & her singing in the evening by the +++ +++--when I ought to have been in the arms of Morpheus [?] - look a cold. & have not been able to move without screaming ever since. But I am coming up to go to the +++ Theatre on Monday which they have tormented me into--so if I am well enough & +++ enough for that I shall be equal to Bemly [?] the next day. I live in hopes & with kindest love from the Duo. am ever yours & Annies [sic] faithful. C. C.