Lucy Mack Smith, History, 1844–1845

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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[Inserted slip of paper keyed by figure of pointing hand to similar figure on p. [8] of book 16.] soon after left home his son youngest son was born  this was his second wife’s first child her confinement was  considered rather premature being probably brought on  by her extreme anxiety about her whom she  never saw but once affterwards before she left the   in which he was held a prisoner she suffered  in her sickness beyond description but in her afflic tions her stood by her and devoted her whole  time to the Nursing and comforting her as they were equa lly alone as respected their husbands for was imp risoned and the flying for his life Mrs  However she gained sufficient strength to accompany   to the prison once before they left the
[Inserted slip of paper keyed by figure of pointing hand to similar figure on p. [8] of book 16.] soon after left home his youngest son was born this was his second wife’s first child her confinement was considered rather premature being probably brought on by her extreme anxiety about her whom she never saw but once affterwards before she left the in which he was held a prisoner she suffered in her sickness beyond description but in her afflictions her stood by her and devoted her whole time to Nursing and comforting her as they were equally alone as respected their husbands for was imprisoned and the flying for his life However she gained sufficient strength to accompany to the prison once before they left the
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