BY WALTER H. STUART
THE LEGLESS ONE ARMED WHITTLER
Brownfield. April, 13. 1868
was truly received and I was glad to hear from you I
am well and hope that you are the same Father tells me
that you was at our house last summer I start April 18 and
go to Boston and then I go to work for M .D. J. Major.
I am engaged
to stay the season I get twelve dollars a week and Mr, James
M Cotton is to travel with me I should be glad to see you at
our house next fall for I shall be at home well as it is
getting dark I must close for I must for I must hire
yours, your good line you must excuse my poor writing.
Walter. H. Stuart
seen Mr. Antona and he says says that he will make you a
wagon to suit you from a hundred to a hundred and fifty
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