I've been looking at this, and it has me floored. Besides what Deb has suggested, here are some other possibilities. The first outline could be "that" or "I hope". The second could be "mother" or "gotten". The one right after the T could be "must", "most", or "law". The last outline could be "allow" or "I will acknowledge".
I'm stumped completely by the third outline. It looks like it starts with m-n, with a jog between them. But Gregg has a blend for mn, so why the jog? Or is the outline m-r-ch-k-r?
This note was written just a few days ago, and the handwriting is poor. Context would be very useful.
Sorry for being afk. Was in a tropical storm, but we've got power again now. The context is work and the person who wrote it is very elderly. The shorthand she learned in 1825 may not be recognizable to the modern world. It may be impossible to translate. I do much appreciate your efforts. Thanks