Parrish, Joseph, letter, Burlington, N.J., October 5, 1852, to "Cousin John" [John P. Robinson?]

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Burlington, N.J.

Oct. 5/52

Dear Cousin John,

Peter Still, who carries this note, is one of the most estimable of men. He wishes to have access to the great hearts of some of the good people of your city, who have great purses.

Please get from him his history, and his object, and direct him what to do. His integrity may be relied on.

Affectionately,

Joseph Parrish

⟨ P.S. You have not been on to see us this year. We should be pleased to have you come. All well. Love to cousin H. & the little ones. 

⟨ The above letter is from Doctor Joseph Parrish a distinguished physician of New Jersey & well known by his profession in Boston. John P. Robinson Boston Jany, 3. 1853. ⟩

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Dr Parrish
Oct 5 '52

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Title

Parrish, Joseph, letter, Burlington, N.J., October 5, 1852, to "Cousin John" [John P. Robinson?]

Description

Letter of introduction for Peter Still written by Joseph Parrish. This item includes an annotation by John P. Robinson, Boston, January 3, 1853, identifying Parrish as “a distinguished physician of New Jersey.”

Source

Special Collections and University Archives, Rutgers University Libraries

Date

1852-10-05

Rights

public domain

Format

2 p.

Identifier

rutgers-lib:26726

Citation

Parrish, Joseph, 1818-1891, “Parrish, Joseph, letter, Burlington, N.J., October 5, 1852, to "Cousin John" [John P. Robinson?],” Peter Still Digital Edition, accessed October 23, 2019, http://stillpapers.org/items/show/4.

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