Letter from John M. Bernhisel, 18 August 1841

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and a small piece of ground near the may be better than a larger one at a greater distance from it You will greatly oblige me by writing immediately after making the purchase, if time and other avocations will permit. Henry Moore arrived here from some ten or twelve days ago, and intends to take his departure for the west about the middle of next month— I hope you will have the kindness to excuse <​me​> for again trespassing on your precious time—
[W]ith perfect respect I am yours in the Gospel
176 Hudson street [p. [2]]
and a small piece of ground near the may be better than a larger one at a greater distance from it You will greatly oblige me by writing immediately after making the purchase, if time and other avocations will permit. Henry Moore arrived here from some ten or twelve days ago, and intends to take his departure for the west about the middle of next month— I hope you will have the kindness to excuse me for again trespassing on your precious time—
[W]ith perfect respect I am yours in the Gospel
176 Hudson street [p. [2]]
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