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Forward the Enclosed Speedily

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Document Information
Date May 28, 1798
Author Name Judith Sargent Murray (primary) Location: Franklin Place, Boston
Recipient Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary) Location: Philadelphia
Summary Mrs. Murray wrote copiously in response to Hodgdon's letter and asks him to forward the enclosed as speedily as possible.
Document Format Autograph Letter Signed
Document Notes Partially illegible.
Content Notes [not available]
Related Persons/Groups Samuel Hodgdon; J. Sargent Murray; Judith Sargent Murray; ;
Related Places Philadelphia; Franklin Place, Boston;
Keywords [not available]
Key Phrases [not available]
Transcription

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Colonel Samuel Hodgdon
Philadelphia
To the obliging care of
The Honorable Mr. Thatcher


[undecipherable] 28 May
Recd. 1st June
199 1/2


[stamp:]
Received
from
State Dep't.
Nov. 24. 1894
R.P.O. 401310.
Boston Franklin Place May 28th 1798
My Dear Sir
I wrote you lately - replying copiously to your obliging favour of the 7th instant - and I trust my letter came to him in due time - you will have the goodness to forward the inclosed as speedily as possible.
I am
Sir
Respectfully and gratefully
yours &c, &c
J. Sargent Murray

Colonel Samuel Hodgon
Philadelphia