Sources of the History of Oregon Volume 1, Nos. 3-6

Sources of the History of Oregon Volume 1, Nos. 3-6

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899 edition. Excerpt: ...I come by paying for the use of it. Also authorizeing Mess. Samuel & More to pay one dollar extra for any of the men who did not wood on the way and in proportion to the distance if they should desert. N. J. Vt'. St. Louis March 28th I834 Mess Samuel & More Liberty. Gent Your fav. of 20 inst came to hand to day. I am sorry that you have made a contract for saddles at 10$ each. You have either mistaken the kind I wanted or have paid far too much. Such as I wanted without stirrupsor girths as I ordered them can be had here at $4 each. Please get off from taking as many as you can of these saddles, and if you have not already engaged 6 better ones that I ordered you may leave it until I come. You do not tell me what you are giving for animals or how many you have bought. I shall probably come up on the next Boat say in about eight days from the time you receive this. In the mean time I remain St. Louis March 28th 1734 Bro Leond Allow me to introduce to your acquaintance an uncle of Bro Jacobs intended, Col. Geo. W. Jones of Galena. I-Ie gives so good an account of the Doct. that Iknow you will take great pleasure in conversing with him ' Yr. afte Bro. Nathl. J. Wyeth CXCIX. St. Louis March 31st 1834 Dear wife (Cambridge) Your fav. of 13th came to hand this morning and was very acceptable. I am glad to find you will take some care of the trees. Perhaps they will not grow for our use but some one will get the benefit and it will be pleasant to leave even such a memorial of our having onceexisted. It is true that Mr. Fitzpatric was robbed by the Crow Indians but I was in hopes that you would not hear of it. I knew it before I left Cambridge but did not wish to alarm you. I do not think there is much danger with so large party as I...
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  • Paperback | 112 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 213g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236948750
  • 9781236948755