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December 23, 1891

Mary Leslie Newton provides a humorous account of her forgetfulness, which caused her to miss a week of letters; she goes on to discuss further activity related to the potential sale of their house, as well as Christmas gifts and shopping.


December 5, 1891

Mary Leslie Newton writes a business letter to her father about a woman who has offered to trade them her farm for their house, and requests her father's response.


April 30, 1891

Mary Leslie Newton describes the weather, mentions that the stenography book she wanted is missing from the library, and discusses a cat's mischief, church, croquet, the lilac bush, the Epworth League, a property sale, and the presentation of papers…