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Jan 13 1863
To: Isaac McQuesten
From: Whitby, C.W.

Samuel H. Cochrane, LL.B.
And Solicitor in Chancery.
Whitby, C.W.

January 13th 1863

My Dear Ike,

How is you? How is the wife? And little ones eh! Well I hope. Notwithstanding my youthful appearance and accustomed as I am to public speaking [neverthink ??] I am the Father of Fourteen children Eleven of whom belong to the lovely Mrs. Johnson-How goes the studies this winter-How is Mifs Fisdell I hear you and her are a little soft with each other. You had better look-out how you talk to her or you will be getting into trouble for I took quite a fancy to her when I was up-How is that pretty little girl with the curls I think her name is Mifs [Innus??] give my love to her and all the other pretty girls attention behalf and write and tell what is going on at school and How you and Mifs. Fisdell proper.
I am
Yours in
Faith hope & Charity

Mourice Cockrane

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