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In this letter, Lincoln offers to deliver money to Palfrey, an associate of John Hancock, from a Mr. Barter, 1768.
Mr. Barter? Informed me last week that he would discharge the Debt ? To you sometime this week if he offers the money on any part thereof I should be glad if you would accept it for ? You do receive a part of him it will not postpone the payment of the rest which will be when I come to Town in a few days. I am your most humble servant, Benj Lincoln Jr.
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Lincoln, Benjamin Jr., "Letter from Benjamin Lincoln, Jr. to William Palfrey, 1768." (1768). Broadus R. Littlejohn, Jr. Manuscript and Ephemera Collection. 115.
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