"Rose certainly has done very wrong in pursuing the course she has, and I have always thought her a weak silly little thing, fond of flattery and admiration, from any source. but she was [nothing?] but a little girl when she was married, and Fitz is very much to blame. he has sadly neglected her, and I don't believe they have ever been very happy, for all the demonstration that have sickened lookers on!"
SOURCE: Letter from Carrie to her mother, 30 Dec. 1864, from The Ludlow Family Letters at this library
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