Letter from Andrew Stone to his Brother, John Stone
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SubjectInability to pay postage on letters; Reasons why Andrew does not write his brother frequently; John's exclusion of news and events in his short letters; Death of Nathan Stone's wife; John's seeming lack of affection; Andrew's cut ties with sisters; Subject of religion; Stephen Sears; Inability to make money; Amount owed Mr. Bassett; Wife's poor health; Indebtedness; Execution of Mr. Ward's stock permitted to Andrew; Aid of Mr. Tousalin; Settlement of liabilities; The suckers; Illness of B.S. Howes; Troubling birth of son; Good health of son; Drawers and furniture at Roxbury; Desire for John to sell furniture and drawers left at Roxbury; David Clapp Jr., publisher of Boston Medical Journal; The Trumpet and Patriot; News of Dennis; Dr. Jenson's report of the Agricultural Survey of Rhode Island; Everett's sermon; Smith's renunciation of Universalism
Folded letter from Andrew Stone to his brother, John Stone; the handwriting is quite legible unlike Andrew's previous letters penned by him
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