Letter from Charlotte Cushman to [Emma Crow], Monday, July 17, 
CreditLibrary of Congress, Charlotte Cushman Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
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 The pilot leaves us in five minutes & I send this one word of love to my own darling. I recd. the papers on board the steamer & thanked God inwardly & outwardly that my darling, had been so prompt surely I am blessed in my daughter. Thank you dear one. I have been so +++ this morning that I only opened your letter to see if the papers were mentioned finding a telegraph enclosed
I see that Mary is with you I am so glad. Now you will be
[293 reverse] free to get a little rest. before you & Mary start for Lennox. Your father is indeed the best of fathers & of men — ah I am so glad you are not hurrying off to Saratoga — Sallie sends best love to you. so does aunt Em
tell Mrs Freeman. Florence +++ a bit but is getting on +++ she sends dear love to her father & mother
 aunt Em sends dear love my Liverpool address. is Knotty Cross. +++ near Liverpool. for three weeks — then to uncle Charles. I love you my own darling life – down deep into the center of my heart my soul and all that is best in me — are yours — Love me +++ as your faithfuly [sic] fond Auntie Ladie
Grandmother sends best love
Love to Mary. I wrote to your father last night & to you.