Letter from William F. Howes and wife Margaret to his sister Lydia Howes
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SubjectVoyage to Akyab; Cargo of rice for Falmouth England; The Cinnamon Gardens; The Big Banian Tree; Elephants; The Bridge of Boats; Ceylon (Sri Lanka); Squalls; Schools; Margaret's acclamation and homesickness for East Dennis; Schools; Court case of Dennis residents against the assessors of taxes; Advice for Hannah; Lydia's improving health; Mumps; Bennie; Margaret's touch of the complaint; Dysentery; Day ashore
Letter from William F. Howes & wife Margaret[ ] to his sister Lydia Howes, wife of James Sturgis Howes; stamped envelope with three stamps of 4d each from Ceylon, postmark on back Colombo Apr 18 1861 addressed to “Mrs James S. Howes, East Dennis, Mass, U.S. America. via Marseilles, postmark front “London My 13 1861 and N. York AM PKT May 28.
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