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Title:[Letter] 1848 Nov. 21, Chestertown, Maryland, Washington College, Caliopean Hall [to] Neill Brown, Nashville, Tennessee / A.A. Blair : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Blair, A.A.

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Date: November 21, 1848
Extent: 2p
Summary:This document is a letter dated November 21, 1848 from three representatives of the Caliopean Society of Washington College to governor Neill S. Brown of Tennessee. The authors of the letter are writing to inform the governor that he has been inducted into the society as an honorary member.
Collection:Governor Neill S. Brown Papers
Document: sl683

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Caliopean Hall
Nov [November] 21 1848Sir

We the corresponding committee have the pleasure to inform you of your election as an honorary member of the Caliopean Society of Washington College

Although you cannot consider this any great honor conferred upon you yet we hope you will regard it as a token of our esteem and gratitude for your valuable services to your country and as a manifestation of our admiration for your literary attainments

We beg leave to state, as we are serious of enlarging our library, that we would most gratefully accept any pecuniary assistance you should think proper to render us

[added: with all kind wishes for your welfare Your Obt Servts [Obedient Servants]]
A.A. Blair
A.J. Jackson
F D Alexander
[added: Gov [Governor] N.S. Brown
Corresponding Committee]

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[added: Washington College 23 Nov [November]

Gov [Governor]. N [Neill].S. Brown Nashville Tenn

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