Miss Mary C. White
Richmond. Va. December 10th 1859
FORGET ME NOT ALBUM.
PUBLISHED BY LEAVITT & ALLEN
Miss White --
"May you be blessed with all that Heaven can send, Long life, long youth, long pleasure & a friend"
Is the sincere wish of your friend
W. H. Caskie
Richmond Decr. 10th 1859
May all good angels guard & bless thee. And from thy heart remove all care. Remember you should ne're distrest be. Youth & hope, can crush dispare.
Joy can be found, by all, who seek it. Only be right, the path, we move upon Heaven has marked it: Find & keep it Ne're forget the wish of -- John.
Richmond Feb 18th 1860
He who will ever be your friend
J. Wilkes Booth
Sunday Feb. 19th 1860.
To Miss Mary White.
Parting; my best wish attend you. In the Journey of thy youth. Pray to know and feel the Axiom That in God. is Love and Truth
Geo. W. Wren
"Thou art a golden sentence writ by thy Maker."
Mifs White --
"Thine eyes in Heaven would thro' the airy region stream So bright, That birds would sing and think it were not Night"
December 2d 1859 'Punius
To Mifs Mary White --
In leaving friends, so dear to you, Parting oft will bring a tear. Think of the adage, ever true, "Though absent,-still to mem'ry dear."
S. K. Chester
February 19th 1860.