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Martha Berry expresses her sympathy to Mr Carlisle on the passing of his mother. She expresses her appreciation for Mr Carlisle's good words
Thanks for Mr. Carlisle sending them a table to be copied, and the promise of its good care until its return. Also their enjoyment of Mr. Carlisle's speech in the chapel on his visit.
Carlisle discusses his and his family's recent visit to Berry, including his talk to the faculty, of which he hopes Berry approved. Leila Carlisle is learning bookbinding and setting up a workshop.
Martha Berry tells Mrs. Carlisle that her family's visit to Berry was delightful and that having Mrs. Carlisle at Berry makes her feel young again. She says that Mrs. Carlisle is counted the first and most beloved friend at Berry. She wishes Mrs. Carlisle peace and comfort and expresses her wish that Mrs. Carlisle's family will visit again soon.