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Chapter 7: suburban life at Jamaica Plain. （1838-1844.) In looking forward to leaving the scene of her school-teaching, Margaret Fuller wrote thus to Mrs. Barlow in a moment of headache and nervous exhaustion:-- November 8, 1838. I shall
all not dare to go and see him.
Three months later the family left Groton forever, having taken a house at Jamaica Plain, then and perhaps now the most rural and attractive suburb of Boston.
Here their dwelling was near a little stream, his home, and I towards mine.
American note-books, II. 85.
Such scenes were but joyful interludes in her life at Jamaica Plain; at other times there were what she calls the rye-bread days given to domestic cares and country cousins, as in this be catechised no more for great truths to feed his earnest mind. Fuller Mss. i. 425.
The Fuller family resided at Jamaica Plain from the spring of 1839 to that of 1842, when Margaret took the responsibility of purchasing a house in Ellery Street