Rushmore, Edmund P. Letter to Isaac Post.

DESCRIPTION:

Handwritten letter from Edmund P. Rushmore to Isaac Post, March 2, 1843.

DATE:

March 2, 1843

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TRANSCRIPTION:

[The letter below begins on the second page of letter ID# 597]

Stephen has left] a blank for me to fill – which I
undertake, feeling quite inadequate to comply with ^thy^ request
of giving a detail of passing events – Father is lying
by me on the sette [sic] under the effects of a pretty severe
cold – attended with rheumattic [sic] smptoms [sic] Matilda’s
has improved very much this winter tho [sic] at present has
a bad cold  We think Grandmother of late has been
as ^comfortable^ during several previous winters. – Henry Post
and R Titus have maid [sic] a visit to Purchase and
Sing-Sing this winter;  H begins to talk of wanting
money              we know not where he will land
Why did not – Wm  and Mary come to L Island to spend
the honey mon [sic]   I regret he did not call when
he passed us last fall – perhaps the pleasant spring
weather may induce them to come yet
                                    Affectionately E P R

About the Original Item

Date
1843-03-02
Creator
Rushmore, Edmund P.
Recipient
Post, Isaac, 1798-1872
Internal Identifier
597A
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Item Type:
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Citation:
Rushmore, Edmund P., “Rushmore, Edmund P. Letter to Isaac Post.,” Post Family Papers Project, accessed November 19, 2017, https://rbsc.library.rochester.edu/items/show/6648.