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Title:[Letter] 1818 Jan. 28, Plainfield [North Carolina] [to] Ja[me]s M.[oore] King, Murfreesborough, Rutherford County, Tennessee / Ann Eliza King : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:King, Ann Eliza
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Date: January 28, 1818
Extent: 2p
Summary:Letter dated January 28, 1818 from Ann Eliza King to her Cousin James Moore King. The brief letter expresses her disappointment in not receiving a reply from her last letter, and her happiness to see him in the future.
Collection:James Moore King Papers Correspondence 1818
Box:1
Folder:4
Document:gc007
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[added: Letter to Jas M. King from Ann Eliza King
Jan [January] 28 1818
Ann Eliza
DeVane [unclear: and ] and Wm [William ] R are brother & sister ]

Mr. Richardson
March 13th 1818
[added: From Ann Eliza King ]
Mr. James M,, King Tennessee Rutherford County Murfriesborough [Murfreesboro]
[added: 18] [added: L]



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Plainfield
January 28— 1818Dear Cousin

I expected are [ere] this to have herd [heard] from you I am sorry that your correspondent is of so little value that you fail to answer the first letter. I should not have troubled you with a second, but from a consciousness of not being treated with that respect and friendship which is due to your Cousin, I could not forlorne [forlorn] to complain, I immagine [imagine] from your long stay that you have depended more on your own choise [choice] than you could on mine, which was very write [right] , my only request is that you will fetch the lovely unknown with you when you come. I should be extremely glad to form an acquaintance with one whome [whom] I immagine [imagine] (as she is your choise) is all perfection

we are all in the land of the living Brother Wm has just [added: (Wm R. King?)] returned from [gap] Brother [added: John ] Devane [added: Died Young] & Mother are in a low state of health the rest of us are well.

Yours forever
Ann Eliza King



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