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Magruder, travelling under orders fromt he U.S. Army, in 1844, requests Earle "send up my clothes if possible tonight" as he must leave the following morning for Providence.
Tremont House 19th ? Friday 10 P.M. Dr Sir, I have this moment arrived in great haste, for Washington, by the way of New Port, & must leave here tomorrow morning at 1/4 to 8 ock., for Providence - Please therefore, send up my clothes if possible tonight, or otherwise, by 1/2 past 6 ock, tomorrow morning - I am sorry to give you so much trouble, but it cannot be avoided as I am travelling under orders. Respt J. Bankhead Magruder US Army To John Earle & Co
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John B. Magruder, letter, paper, Newport, Washington, Providence
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Magruder, John Bankhead, "John B. Magruder letter to John Earle & Co." (1844). Broadus R. Littlejohn, Jr. Manuscript and Ephemera Collection. 266.
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