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1
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sistersrs
aboutthree
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left
them
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I
1
can
say
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I
1
have
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enjoenjoyed
ed
my
may
nay
labors
inthis
district
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as
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others
andthe
lord
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up
friends
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wants
onevery
hand
the
lord
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blessed
me
and
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1
wouldhere
taketheopportunityto
thank
all
the
saints
and
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to
thecause
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cause
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their
kindness
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them
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1
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willielbr
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hopeour
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bless
them all
I
1
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presidents
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1
hope
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er
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