[Letter] 1844 Sep. 10, Nashville, Tennessee [to] William Fitzgerald, Paris, Tennessee / P. Trustley : a machine readable transcription of an image
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September 10, 1844
This is a letter dated September 10, 1844 from P. Trustley to William Fitzgerald for the arrangement of speakers representing the Whig and Democratic parties in Fitzgerald's old neighborhood.
At the suggestion of Mr [Mister]. Chase we have consulted with your old neighbors as to the property of your speaking at Smith's shop in your old neighborhood in this co [county]. they are all more than anxious to hear from both whigs & democrats we have accordingly stated to them that you will address them the 10th Oct [October]. next. at Smith's shop. a speech from you will do great good there & we hope that you will not fail to make Oct [October]. at the time designated,
Yours Very Respy [Respectfully]
P. Trustley & others Com [Committee].
[added: To Hon [Honorable] W [William]. Fitzgerald Paris Tn [Tennessee] ]