Buffalo 1872

Letter, dated July 8th, 1872, Buffalo NY.

Dear Cousin George,
I have shiped(sp) the goods for Victor(?) and have received a bill for them by the N.Y.C.R.R. Co. to be forward without delay you will receive them by Tuesday next. The old bill was returned to me which I will forward to you + will be not be any account to you the cartage was 50¢ which I paid they are 6 boxes and one chest the freight down will be $3.60 as stated in the new bill.
Mother and Father are as well as usual I hope that all of your folks are well. I remain your affectionate cousin
Wm J Sidway
Found in "The Farm and the Fireside; or The Romance of Agriculture" by the Rev. John L. Blake. Published by Kerr, Doughty and Lapham, 1853.

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