Sender: Agnes Lee
Recipient: Mary E. McCormick McDonald
I have more currants than expected I am afraid it will be too great a task upon yr kindness, particularly as I do not know whether you wd prefer them prepared. Please do not undertake any more than quite convenient. I send 6 lbs of sugar havn't an idea whether it is right! Please let me know. We have so many glasses I didn't indulge in new ones, but cannot think of your having the trouble of tieing them up - if you will let me know when to send for them I'll give the servant a waiter & cloth & we will tie them here. We want jelly principally in the Autumn when our house is full so don't be uneasy about us keeping! I can send any variety of jars if you prefer, do let me know by Sanford if you want anything else.
Robert E. Lee Papers (064 collection)Leyburn Library
This letter was written after the 1869 marriage of Mary E. McCormick to Marshall McDonald. Written across the letter's second page is "Mrs McDonald."