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typed TRANSCRIPTION of a letter from George Brown in Newnansville, Fl, to Edward Aldrich, on May 30, 1842.
George is boggled as to where Edward and Corinna are actually living and where they will chose to settle, and urges them not to come back to Newnansville because business is bad. He is also uneasy about the idea of Corinna traveling north on her own. He will repay Edward the money he was just loaned, by paying for Corinna's trip, if she goes. He says there have been "Indian Murders" recently.