Letter from Grace Greenwood to James Fields, Nov 21, 1853
CreditHuntington Library, James Thomas Fields Papers and Addenda
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[page 1] Dear James
We send to day by express a little bridal cake, which we hope will be acceptable. It should have gone before this - but really we have been [inserted] so excessively busy - that that [sic] it has not reached you in anything like the proper season. Still I hope you will allow that it is better late than never. The cake is
[page 2] rather, or rather, the box is rather too tight a fit - so you will have to take it that is the cake out very carefully, or split [?] it. That is the box. Call all the good fellows together on Saturday afternoon and have a jollification. Parker has committed +++ for +++. The +++ +++ is at +++ will see the joint
[page 3] production of his natural +++. It was "compayed [?]" just as it is written down. In the quietest haste a sort of tipsiness [?] of haste so to speak, I am yours as ever
(very private) Grace for that R.Y.P. [?] takes the hint contained on the last page of L. P's [?] address.