A Letter to Mrs. Eddy

Dear Mrs. Eddy:—Your beautiful gift to my dear little girl is most gratefully received, and I am only sorry that she was not here to open and admire the choicest one of her wedding presents. But we shall have the most of her new possessions carefully packed and sent to New York in season for the steamer on which she is to sail for Havana, and then she will tell you for herself how happy and proud she is that you thought of her wedding day.

But there is something more that I want to thank you for, dear Mrs. Eddy. Some influence—above and beyond us—kept close by my child the last days of her life at home. She lost every trace of "nervousness" and went about among us in a sweet serenity that was a lesson to us all. This influence sustained and soothed her, so that she went from her mother to her husband and the untried life before her in absolute tranquillity.

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