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Chapter 70: account of journey to Savannah. Letter to Dr. Craven. I wrote to Mr. Davis, hoping from the youth of Ge
that they could go ashore if they did not desire to go to Savannah.
The husband of my faithful colored nurse forced her to nd nurse, and the nurse also of my sister, we started for Savannah.
We had a fearful gale, in which the upper decks once or displayed the good hearts of my children.
Arrived at Savannah, we trudged up to the hotel quite in emigrant fashion.
M t de corps, and then from kind feeling.
The people of Savannah treated me with the greatest tenderness.
Had I been a si e the night before that I could not be permitted to leave Savannah, and having been robbed of nearly all my means, I could n to pay my expenses, but must remain within the limits of Savannah.
With many thanks for this large liberty accorded so r, and loving words, and letters which meet me here as in Savannah.
The whole Southern country teems with homes the door