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Date Original

1864 February 01

Description

Letter from E.W. Gantt to Governor Isaac Murphy discussing Gantt's upcoming lecture circuit tour.

Transcription

New York
Feb 1st 1864
My Dear Sir -
Your letter
directed to me at Washington
was forwarded to me at the
joint(?) & has just reached me -
W is not to[sic] old to rejoice [illegible] -
I was glad the convention
turned out so well. I always
felt hopeful of it somehow. I
will speak here & in Concord(?)
Nashua & Manchester & then
come directly home & [illegible]
in putting [illegible] through
Every thing will work well
I feel sure - There is an
immense feeling North for
Arkansas. Be of good cheer
for daylight is ahead
I expect to beat the
[illegible] school(?) home, but I will
write anyhow -
Truly your friend
EW Gantt
His Excelly[sic]
Isaac Murphy
Little Rock
Ark

Physical Description

Letter, 8" x 12.5"

Subjects

Civil War; Governors; Correspondence

Contributor

E.W. Gantt

Geographical Area

New York City (N.Y.); Little Rock, Pulaski County (Ark.)

Language

English

Identifier

MS.000132, Item 14 (supplement)

Resource Type

Text

Collection

Kie Oldham collection, MS.000132

Publisher

Arkansas State Archives

Contributing Entity

Arkansas State Archives

Recommended Citation

Letter, E.W. Gantt to Governor Isaac Murphy, Kie Oldham collection, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas.

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