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E.R. Expenses. Recd 1833, Jany 24, Cash in draft in N.Y. $200
Hartford, Monday, July 17th 1847. My dear brother, You and sisiter Theresa will be glad to learn that Harriet has another daughter
Hudson, Novr 24th, 1832. Rev. Edward Robinson, Andover Massachusetts
New Haven, Nov. 15th, 1842. My dear brother, I hoped when we removed here, to find some employment for the winter
New Haven, Oct. 4th, 1843. My dear brother, we are thinking of purchasing a small farm, and to moving to it this fall
Northampton, Jun 23d, 1841 (Wednesday). My dear brother, I have been expecting to see you in New York ere this
Northampton, Jun 28th, 1842. My Dear Brother, I ought to have written to you e're this, and have been for some time intending to do so
Northampton, June 17, 1842. Mr. Edward Robinson sir: George Robinson having petitioned for the benefit of the Bankrupt Law
Northampton, Nov. 29th, 1840. My dear brother, your letter of the 24th instant, was received in due season
Saturday morning, Aug. 6th, 1842. My dear brother, It is three weeks tomorrow, since Harriet was confined
Sunday evening, Dec. 4th, '42 [1842]. My dear brother, we expect Louisa to leave tomorrow morning for N. York to make a visit in your family