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|Summary:||This is a letter dated June 15, 1839 from William Fitzgerald in Washington, D.C. to his wife E.A. Fitzgerald in Dresden, Tennessee. In the letter, Fitzgerald tells his wife of the possibility of representing a bank as its attorney, and the benefits of conducting the banks business. He also writes on his feelings on a runaway slave.|