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Letter Written to John Yates from G. M. Rush


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Media Type:
Text
Description:
This item is a letter dated January 19th 1890 addressed to John Yates in Hatchley from G. M. Rush in Glencoe.
Date of Publication:
1890
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
1995.038.002
Collection:
Jean Sumsion Collection
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.0255593419767 Longitude: -80.5185520226288
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Recommended Citation:
Letter Written to John Yates from G. M. Rush, 1890. Burford Township Historical Society, Item No. 1995.038.002.
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Full Text

Front:

Glencoe Jan 19th 1890

Friend John I got your

card glad to hear you

got the [illegible] saw all

right, did you find out

where it got delayed;

I got a card from Charlie

since he came to London

stating that he was comeing [with]

some Saturday night is

Howard with him. I got

a letter from B.B. last

week I did not hardily

[illegible] it she told me the

news of the weddin and of

Morgans party, she invited

me to come over when I

came home, and told me to

hurry up before the parties

Back:

Mrs [Misre] is sick

I wrote in a hurry so [J] is not out

much

were all over, she gave

me some [rubs] on the Glencoe

girls, did you say anythings

to her; I want to be loaded

[for] her when I see her

How is [Frank] getting along

is he doing anything; The [vinegar]

is [macking] slowly I made a

generator it got [stoped] up

with the [Pumace] and stuff

and had to take it down and

clear it out, I was to [Alaister]

yesterday to see how [Clark]

was getting along he did not

dry much he could not get

his [illegible] to work; he has not sold

any of his stuff yet and does not

know how to [back] it has not

got his [illegible] or does not know where

to [select] From G M Rush

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Letter Written to John Yates from G. M. Rush


This item is a letter dated January 19th 1890 addressed to John Yates in Hatchley from G. M. Rush in Glencoe.