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Letter: March 22, 1877, Joseph L. Fletcher to Gilman Saltmarsh

Written: March 22, 1877, East Boston, Massachusetts

Mailed from: Unknown

Received in: Concord, New Hampshire, March 23, 1877

Addressed to: Gilman Saltmarsh, Bow NH

Text (text in italics is in printed form, text in parentheses is questionable, text in brackets are my comments):

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The Western Union Telegraph Company

This Company TRANSMITS and DELIVERS messages only on conditions, limiting its liability, which have been assented to by the sender of the following message.

Errors can be guarded against by repeating a message back to the sending station for comarison, and the Company will not hold Itself liable for errors or delays in transmission or delivery of Unrepeated Messages.

This message is an UNREPEATED MESSAGE and is delivered by request of the sender under the conditions named above.

A. R. Brewer, Sec'y 26 William Orton, Pres't

Dated East Boston Mass 22 1877
Received at 3.37 Mar 22
To Gilman Saltmarsh

Forward by anyone going to Bow NH via Condord

Father died today
Funeral Sunday

Joseph L. Fletcher

(6)0 paid 25
s(u?). 5 Exi? (adds)


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