[D8828AAL], Letter from James Cleary to Charles F Hanington, February 20th, 1888


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[D8828AAL], Letter from James Cleary to Charles F Hanington, February 20th, 1888

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"I received your letter on the 11th of this month and answered it right away. I am very glad to hear that you are well as I am also. ### I received but two rolls of engravings and not three I will send them on to the owner the first chance. ### I send you a sample with this letter of three kinds of the Palmetto race one is Mombaco the other is Pubuniaran-the other is the small assiki I have been 16 days since you left here looking for it there is a good deal of it- and if it suits you send word how much you want you need not be afraid for for the payment of the gun as soon as received it will be sent on to you send word how experiments went on with the Fibres if any of them were any use. ### If you send the gun direct for the Cerquera Lima for Thiazo Collares Ponta de Pedra Marajo- Jose Ventura Bulhouse-we are all well here and all in the house sends these best respects to you and little Jimmy is all the time speaking of you and he sends a kiss for you. ### I have no more to say at present-but still remains your friend," James Cleary "Directions the same as before my respects to Mr. [?] Gowan"





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Thomas A. Edison Papers, School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University
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