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Title: Robinson, Nina to Inch, Edna, 1883
CollectionNew Brunswick Letters
SenderRobinson, Nina
Sender Genderfemale
Sender Occupationunknown
Sender Religionunknown
OriginSt. John, N.Brunswick, Canada
DestinationN.Brunswick, Canada
RecipientInch, Edna
Recipient Genderfemale
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Partial Date
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Word Count224
Genretravelling to Boston, bird culture
TranscriptSt John May 6th1883

My Dear Eddie

I answered your letter yesterday was very much pleased to hear from you and although I do not think it right to write on Sunday I find it almost impossible to get time any other day. You wanted me to come up and bring Roy well I may some time but not very soon as I leave for Boston on Thursday and I expect I will be away some time. I do not know what can be the trouble with your birds but we have none yet our have had seven eggs Mother says she will write and tell you what to do about them. We are all very well and Roy is a lovely Baby I just hate to go away and leave him. Laura that is the little girl who comes to stay when I went up to your house in the [damage] is still here and [damage] to stay still I come [home] well now I guess I must close as they are coming home from Sunday School. It is raining quite hard
Give love to all from
Cousin [Muara]
When you see Mrs Opie tell her Miss Robinson seldom forgets to says her prayers before she goes to sleep

Nina Robinson
When you write address to 7 No. 7 Grenville Place
Boston Mass