along with boarders, or with the public, after the other hotel is completed.
I have no more time to write dearest so good buy dearest. Give my love to all at home and kiss little Freddy for me. Remember me to all our friends. Adieu again.
P. S. Tell you pa to have the direction of my paper changed when he is in town some time, (I presume you are in the country) and finds it convenient. Dont forget to tell me if you got the money I sent you all safe.
June 16th 1851
You will see from the above that we are already at Sacket's Harbor[.] 1 I wrote to you from Niagara Falls last Wednesday to let you know that we were on the way. Sacket's Harbor is just the same place it was when we were here before. There are no new faces to be seen and but few of the old inhabitants have left. The garrison however will be more pleasant than when we were here before. Besides the Col's family and ourselvs there are in the garrison three other families. Dr. Christie of the Navy Lieut. Stevens' Navy and Dr. Bailey of the Army. 2 I have been to see some of our old acquaintances and they all seem anxious to see you back again. I was at Mrs. Kirby a few days ago. Mrs. Kirby and her second daughter are absent, and have been, all winter. I shall make no preparation for housekeeping until you come on. A bed-room carpet will be the extent of my purchases. I think you will be here dearest Julia in July or August at the out side. I am geting quite uneasy about you and