,—as to make a pretty considerable sum. There is due me on my editorial salary nearly $150, and also some from the Mass.
A. S. Society; but we are all out of funds, and I must wait awhile until money can be collected.
I have had to pay for bro. James, in order
James H. Garrison. to get him released from the Navy-Yard, over $40, as security; and this helps to cripple me. I do not wish to run in debt to A. B. & C. for my household articles, and therefore need the cash to pay for them.
This forchases; promising to return it, if practicable, in all this week.
They will expect me to fulfil my word.
My object in writing to you is to know whether you can borrow that amount for me, so as to give me more time to turn myself. . . .
Bro. James is slowly improving in health, but his case is a bad one.
He has already taken three courses of the Thomsonian medicine, and will continue to take them until he is cured.
I shall write to the Secretary of the Navy, at Washington, to see if I ca
, 0. S. Murray, R. Potter, F. Wayland.
Barbadoes, James G. [d. West Indies, 1841], 1.395.
Barclay, Robert 136, charged with slaveholding, 137, 163.
Blair, James [d. 1834], 1.303.
Blake, George, 2.103.
Blancharto Mrs. Mott, 394; to speak on India, 388.
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or G., 1.55, 56.
Cropper, Capt., 2.361.
Cropper, James [d. Feb. 26, 1840, in 67th year], English agent for r, Jonathan, Rev. [d. 1845], 2.110.
Faulkner, Charles James [b. 1808], 1.251.
Fenner, Richard, 1.391.
FeFoot, Samuel Augustus [1780-1846], 1.307.
Forten, James [b. Philadelphia, Sept. 2, 1766; d. Mar. 4, 1842], 1 Cohocton, N. Y., Oct. 11, 1809], 2.119.
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Jackson, James C. [b. Manlius, N. Y., Mar. 28, 1811], on revival of