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First line of text: "My Dear Sister, With pleasure I take my time this morning to address you with my pen And tell you my ardent love to you is still much as ever. That is Christian affection which the world knows nothing of."

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First line of text: "My Dear brother & sister, This is the first opportunity I have taken to answer your kind letter which you wrote some time since."

Back page: "Catherine, Letter" ; "No. 12." ; "Nov. 19 1820" ; "[?] and C. Brown. Sep & Nov.…

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First line of text: "Brainerd 1820. May 30. Tomorrow morning I shall leave this School, perhaps never to return."

Leaf verso: "Catherine's Journal from May 1820 to Feb. 1822" ; "No. 16."

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First line of text: "You have been much in my mind of late and do sincerely thank our Heavenly Father in permitting me..."

Verso: "Catharine Oct. 16, 1821"; "Sis Catharine Oct 18 1821 ... 19th" ; "No. 17." (Not [inres?])

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First line of text: "Respected Sir, Your kind letter was handed me day before yesterday by Mr. Little. I have only time to write a few lines as he expects to have us in the morning."

First line of text: "My Dear Mrs. Campbell, My heart was made…

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First line of text: "I know not what you think of me for not writing to you before this time. It is not because I have forgotten you that I have not written before."

Verso: "Catharine June 1st 1822" ; "No 19."

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First line of text: "Respected Sir, I have recently been permitted by Mrs. Gibbreath to examine the papers of her lamented sister, Catharine Brown, among which I have found some fragments of a diary..."

Last page, verso: "Mr. Potter's…

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First line of text: "Dear Sir, In compliance with your request, I have undertaken to give you some account of the removal of Catharine Brown from her Fathers house to Dr. Campbell's—"

Verso of final page: "Mr. Wm. Leech's account of her last…

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First line of text: "In some of my communications the subject [?] this nation has been mentioned."

Above mailing directions: "Rev. Wm Potter. Oct. 16 1823" ; "Mr Potter's account of Catharine's last moments" ; "No. 26."

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First line of text: "Dear Brother, Though personally unknown to you I feel it a debt due you, to inform you relative to the health of your sister who has been under my care for some time..."

verso: "Dr. Campbell's [account?] of her health" ; "No.…