Dr. Francis Burdette Parmele 1815-1883
Henry, Joel, Nehemiah, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John
This the second of two letters written by P. Ostrander of New York to Frank in Albany. The two evidently worked together in New York City. The other letter found in a box at a garage sale.


New York, Sept. 6, 1833

Dear Frank

I have but a moment to spare to acknowledge the receipt of your last respecting note.

Mr. Voorhees is to be in New York some weeks.

An opportunity has offered itself and I have the pleasure of seeing you on next Tuesday morning as I have accepted [to] fill a suit in the Presidents Guards on their excursion to Albany. They will encamp there for a day or two.

In Haste, Your Sincere Friend,

P.S. I will be in debt to you for the postage on this.


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