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From Sister Marie‑Dosithée Guérin to Mme Martin – March 21, 1861

GUERIN Marie-Louise, Sr Marie-Dosithée
GUERIN Zélie, Mrs. Louis Martin


From Sister Marie‑Dosithée Guérin to Mme Martin. March 21, 1861
*[r°] (...) to have your goods on deposit with him or even that on an order you are obliged to have recourse to him to deliver them, then I would not want that market, you would not know defy you too much I assure you; believe me, don't rely too much on the air and manners of the Marchands de Paris, you might well regret it, and again I would like to find out if the people to whom he sells are solvent.
I advise you not to come with your
*[v°] (...) to see you.
My Father fills me with happiness more and more oh how much I love him, kiss him well for me, and my brother too, in spite of everything.
Goodbye my dear Sister, I kiss you as well as Mr Martin.
Sr. M. Dosithee Guérin
From the Von Ste Marie

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