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Recollections by Mrs. Henry B. Smith

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Recollections by Mrs. Henry B. Smith, written to Mrs. Prentiss’ husband after her death Northampton, January 2, 1879 Dear Mr. Prentiss, I have been trying this beautiful snowy day, which shuts us in to our own thoughts, to recall some…
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Pearlie

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The following is the letter from England: To The Author of Little Suzy, I feel as if I had a perfect right to call you “My dear friend,” so much have I thought of you this last year and a…
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About these posts…

  Most of these posts are letters written by Elizabeth Prentiss and can be found in the book The Life and Letters of Elizabeth Prentiss by her husband, George Prentiss. Through them we get glimpses into the heart of this…
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To a young friend

New York, May 1, 1870 I could write forever on the subject of Christian charity, but I must say that in the case you refer to, I think you accuse yourself unduly. We are not to part company with our…
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To Miss E.A. Warner

New York, Jan. 7, 1870   I have had some really sweet days, shut up with my dear little boy. He is better, and I am comparatively at leisure again, and so happy in meditating on the character of my…
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Notice in the London Daily News 1868

Vintage Little Lou Book 1968

“…We are, unfortunately, ignorant of Little Susy’s Six Birthdays, but if that book be anything like as good as the charming volume before us by the same author, called  Little Lou’s Sayings and Doings, it deserves an extraordinary popularity… Little…
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