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The writer is very thankful for the letter from Finley telling her of the death of her daughter, who was one of five out of her seven children who have died. She requests that her daughter be left in the vault so that she may see her when she visits Cincinnati. She inquires about a Mr. Lilly, who is a "distracted young man", and also about the possibilities of boarding in a private family when she comes to Cincinnati. Abstract Number - 107
Clopper, Sarah, "Letter from Sarah Clopper to James B. Finley" (1831). Finley Letters. 106.