Correspodence, Letter from John A. Chase to Mr. N. Van Riper, January 1, 1853
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Cleveland Jan 1 1853 [Dear] Cousin
I improve a few moments whilst here in writing a few lines to you to im from [inform] you that I am well at present and hoping that these few lines may find you all enjoying the same blessing. It would have given me great ple[a]sure if time would have permit[t]ed me to addrefs [address] you before this time but I have been very busy since I ar[r]ived here and therefore I have not had the time to devoted to writing that I should ike [like] to had but being favored with a few moments so I thought I would tell you haw [how] I have been since I left and progress has been in study very good I can say that it has been much better this terme [term] than it ever was heretofore I have learned much faster this term than I ever did at any term. And I feel much pleased with my progress. My health has been very good and is at [present?] we have had short vacation through holodays [holidays] so I came out to Cleveland and made a short visit with Harrison Peters and while waiting for the cars I thought I would write a few lines to you and let you know how I was doing our school will commence next wensday [Wednesday] and then I shall resume my study I leave Cleveland to night [tonight] for Hudson I expect James here soon and then I expect he will come and see you you will please write to me as soon as you get this and tell me how you all have been since I saw you last and how all the folkes [folks] are for I do not hear from them very often thes[e] few lines were written in great hast [haste] so you will xcuse [excuse] me for so doing for time will not permit me to say more at present you will give my respects to all friendsYour affectionate Cousin John A. Chase You will direct your letter to Hudson Ohio To Mr. N. Van Riper M.A. Van Riper
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