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Wisconsin territorial letters--1842

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Wisconsin territorial letters--1842
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Beloit Jan. 18th 1842 WI.Letters2v.Lette01

1842, Jan. 18. David Noggle, Beloit, to J. M. Burrows, Davenport, Iowa. Discusses some business matters. Gives assurances that there is nothing to be suspicious of. Denies scurrilous information that "may have been imparted to Burrows by the greatest scoundrel that ever lived in Beloit." A.L.S. 3pp.

Southport Wisconsin Tery./ October 11th 1842 WI.Letters2v.Lette02

1842, Oct. 11. James Taffe, South Port [Kenosha], to the Treasurer of the Savings Bank, Chambers St., New York. Asks that his money on deposit be forwarded to him. Appended is his draft for $600. in the hand- writing of George Burnett. L.S. 1p. It is accompanied by a letter from George Burnett dated Oct. 5, 1842 recommending the payment. A.L.S. 1p.

Prairie du Chien Feby 15 1842 WI.Letters2v.Lette03

1842, Feb. 15. J. P. Kiddu, Prairie du Chien, to L. S. Goodno, Braintree, Vermont. Law business good. Has a stake in all that is going on of any importance. Will return by way of the "Rivers" through New York to Vermont. Reluctant to leave but Mrs. Kiddu is home- sick. Believes "this country" better for any kind of business than Vermont. Note appended by Mrs. Kiddu expressing great joy at the prospects of going home. A.L.S. 3pp.

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Beloit Jan. 18th 1842

Southport Wisconsin Tery./ October 11th 1842

Prairie du Chien Feby 15 1842


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