Correspondence from Elizabeth Porter to her husband, Lansing, regarding some rumors that have been circulating and other reports from various colleges. On page two, Elizabeth informs Lansing of "Grandpa's" letter and "statement" of money and comments on how she tries very hard to be economical. She includes two other letters, one from Harriet about wanting to visit while in New York; and one from Josiah Porter regarding money and its interest over time (page 4). On the bottom of Harriet's letter (page 3), Elizabeth writes: "This is a strange [apolog] for a letter. Hardly [feel] as if I had written. I shall write again in a day or two. E--."