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Title:[Letter] ca. 1840 June 28, Lebanon [to] A. Fergusson / W. G. Davis : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Davis, W. G.
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Date: June 28, ca. 1840
Extent: 1p
Summary:This is a letter to A. Fergusson from his brother W. G. Davis, dated June 28 ca. 1840. He writes that he has been ill, but that it is not cholera. He also writes briefly about business.
Collection:Fergusson Papers
Box:IV-G-1 b3
Folder:4
Document:sl319
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Lebanon June 28th
Dear Brother

I received your letter this morning and I know [now] take the opportunity to answer it I am not very well at present no symptoms of cholera I am glad to hear that you are doing so well Buisness [Business] is very dull at present I sold since you left $14 dollars worth there is not but a very few persons in this place of present the cholera is very bad down about Cooks [unclear: Campbound ] Some of Buisness houses has closed up I will see Dr Pearson as soon as I can Dr Liflard is walking about

I have $4 [unclear: 7 ] [added: 7] of you money the Bank has not opened yet D Appleton Say that they have not received that fifty dollar which you forwarded to them no other news of importance I sent that paper over this morning by the omnibus from that place I did not send the Books I herd [heard] that you had left and I did not send them I am taking [added: doing] the Best Buisness I can

Your Brother
W. G. Davis



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