Cornealous?, Murry, letter, Burlington, [N.J.], December 30?,1855, to unnamed recipient

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Burlington

Dec 30[?] 1855

Most respected [friend]

I write to you to let you [know] that I would like you to send me that money that you [said] you [would] give me [for] my [trouble] and you [promised] it to me long [ago] and [I][don't] think [much] of you [for] telling me that story [about] it [I] am in a [suffering] state it is by you that [I] am [suffering][I] have not a [home][I] have no money to [pay to] my lord you must send me [some] money my Mother [said] if you [were] a gentlemen you would send me that money [for] my board but if you [don't] send me that [money] that my Mother is [coming]

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down to see you [about] it she is [going] to [sell] you if you [don't] send me that money [I][want] it this week if you [please] if you bring it to me this [week] and if you [don't][want] to come to [our] house to [leave]it to uncle maclin[?]

Murry Cornealous

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Title

Cornealous?, Murry, letter, Burlington, [N.J.], December 30?,1855, to unnamed recipient

Description

Murry Cornealous [?] requests payment this week of a sum promised to him for his troubles on behalf of the letter’s recipient (as the writer needs the money to pay his board); notes that his mother will come to see the debtor if the money is not sent; and suggests that leaving the payment with “uncle maclin” would be acceptable.

Date

1855-12-30

Rights

public domain

Format

2 p.

Identifier

rutgers-lib:26919
doi:10.7282/T32V2G6K

Citation

Cornealous, Murry, “Cornealous?, Murry, letter, Burlington, [N.J.], December 30?,1855, to unnamed recipient,” Peter Still Digital Edition, accessed July 16, 2024, https://stillpapers.org/items/show/47.

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