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Letter from [Bee?] to [Margaret] E. and Mary [R.] Gamble.

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had time to write to all. I wrote Miss True a long letter. Well how are you getting on with the measles? I hope you will all get well without leaveing [sic] any bad effect: Your wished to know whether the "eggs hatched", I only got two whole ones home, & they have not hatched yet. I did not come on home, & sent them and they did not take care of any thing. The stage was very much crowded, & we carried the box on the top, & my cactus froze. - I prized it so much. How is the bible class coming on? Our Methodist brethren have made up one; I gave in my name, I have no other to attend. Our sabbath-school was opened last sabbath. I have a class of little girls, who