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Title:[Letter] 1829 Jun. 13, Nashville, Tennessee [to] W[illia]m Fitzgerald, Dresden, Tennessee / Jno [i.e., John] Fitzgerald : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Fitzgerald, John

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Date: June 13, 1829
Extent: 2p
Summary:This is a letter dated June 13, 1829 from John Fitzgerald to his brother William Fitzgerald. It is a personal letter congratulating William on his prospects of making money and the good health of his family.
Collection:Fitzgerald - Williams - Greer papers

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Nashville June 13, 1829
, Dear Brother

I am happy to hear of your prospect of [added: making] money, being so very flattering - and also of the health of your family. - Tom will perceive by my newspaper, that I have increased the burthen [burden] on my shoulders - and a pretty Considerable burthen it is - but God willing, I think I shall be able to go through with it. I rest my hopes upon the Legislature - and have the best assurances of Success. We have completely triumphed over our opponents here, and I think it can be used to our advantage - I mean the late publication respecting Gen. [General] Jackson 's marriage - they have declined publishing it - and I think when it is properly understood it will blast their prospect with the Legislature

[unclear: Hypolits ] sends her love to your wife, self & children. Write me more frequently

Jno [John] Fitzgerald

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Wm [William] Fitzgerald Dresden Tenn [Tennessee]
postmark stamp: Nash. T. [Nashville, Tennessee] Jun [June] 16
] [added: 12c/a 18/]

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