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on, was still a very woman at heart.
With this retrospect for a background, the married life of Margaret Fuller Ossoli may now be studied.
It will be portrayed, so far as possible, from original documents; the first place being given to a letter, relating to her, not included in the Memoirs, from Mr. Cass, then American charge d'affaires at Rome, and one of the few in whom she put confidence, at the great crisis of her life.
The letter is addressed to Mrs. W. Ellery Channing, of Concord, Massachusetts, who, as has already been said, was the younger sister of Madame Ossoli.
Legation des États-unis d'amerique. Rome, May 10, 1851.
Madam,--I beg leave to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the — th ult., and to express my regret that the weak state of my eyesight has prevented me from giving it an earlier reply.
In compliance with your request, I have the honor to state, succinctly, the circumstances connected with my acquaintance with the late Madame Ossoli, your decease