Letter from Fanny Cook to Catherine Munday, 3 November 1875

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Related people: Fanny Cook · Catherine Munday (née Aldridge) · James William Munday · Alice Rose Munday (née Cook)
Related places: Hotham Victoria Australia

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Corner of Abbotsford and Auden Streets,

Nov 3 1875

My Dear Mrs Munday

I trust this will find you and yours quite well I have been trying to nerve myself to write to you for some time past but could not do so but now that James has [illegible]  and he being in very bad health wished me to write for him I need not say how glad I was to see his face once more it is nearly 3 years since he left Melbourne and 2 since dear Alice left we little thought how sad the [illegible]  would be but it has pleased God to take our beloved one


by the next out going mail to have them to answer and be able to write you a long and cheerful letter and I know how glad you will be to get it by my own feelings it is very rough weather just now and it affects James very much but I hope we shall have it more settled soon and be able to get him out for a drive to the beach the fresh air will do him more good than [illegible]  the [illegible]  we can give him we can only do our best and ask our Father to bless the [illegible]  to say thy will be done with [illegible]  hearts with kind [illegible]  to Mr Munday and yourself from Mr Cook and self believe me your truly

Fanny Cook

[PS] Nov 5 James is [illegible]  this morning

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