Letter, Francis M. Higbee to Willard Richards, 1 July 1844

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July 1st /44
Sir— If you see fit to comply with sugestion with regard to the Press, you can send and agent here immediately who I will receipt, for the money when it is paid, or I will receipt for my 1/4 of the concern & all upon <​my​> our part shall be the same— also Chauncy’s .
The amt demanded for the establishment is $1000, & all shall be well & no more prosecutions. On the other hand all honorable and fair means shall be used to prevent prosecutions
Yours
Respct
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July 1st /44
Sir— If you see fit to comply with sugestion with regard to the Press, you can send an agent here immediately who I will receipt, for the money when it is paid, or I will receipt for my 1/4 of the concern & all upon my part shall be the same— also Chauncy’s .
The amt demanded for the establishment is $1000, & all shall be well & no more prosecutions. On the other hand all honorable and fair means shall be used to prevent prosecutions
Yours
Respct
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