MANCHESTER NEW HAMPSHIRE 1847 STAMPLESS FOLDED LETTER TO DANIEL OSGOOD, FRANKLIN NEW HAMPSHIRE

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Year: 

1847
New Hampshire

The Osgood family name is prominent in New Hampshire history. This is an interesting letter that appears to be from a law firm (G.H & H. Stearns) to Osgood regarding items belonging to a Mrs. G. White which Osgood may or may not have sold to satisify a debt.  Seems Mrs. White now has the means to pay and would like to get her goods back.  "She is to work in the mill here and is a trying to earn money to settle it up. She is sious (sic) to pay it and save some things that she has there. I think the prospect is favorable at this time that she will do it."   Clean and easy to read. Good postmark PAID and numeral 3 all in red.

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