Chester Adams Letters

Transcript:

Letter from J. P. Usher
to Chester Adams

April 12, 1862


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                                Washington D. C.
                                  April 12, 1862

Mr Chester Adams
                          Dear Sir:
I am becoming anxious
to hear from you, to know
how you are getting along.
With the first opportunity
and let me hear if [?]
have any [?] [?] of
[?] & [?] have got
their        are dead, and
if you have heard from
Niff:  It has been very
cold and [rough?] weather here
has it been so there with
you.  Has the [-rap?] [spring?]
any.  is there any chance
of getting any [cows?] upon any
of my claims, or must I

 

 

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send the money. let me
hear Everything that will
interest me. and how you
get along generally:
  I should be at home about
the Middle of May    

          Truly yours
           J.P. Usher

 

 

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capitalization are identical.  Words that are unclear have been enclosed in brackets.