Letter from GEORGE OZIAS MARSH to GEORGE PERKINS MARSH, dated November 30, 1853.
My dear Sir,
I have this moment received your kind note of the 27 and thank you most
heartily for your having sent me the £12 without which I should be fairly treed. You
say Mrs. Grazzini sent me a letter.
I have received two letters from father through her, but, alas, no
letter from from anyone except yourself. I hope nothing is lost. My address is "Via della Croce, N 24." I look forward with great pleasure to a note from my little favorite Luly, as my punctuality in replying, when it comes, will show. I send a receipt which I feel you will not expect, but life is so uncertain. My best love to Mrs Powers and the children.
Most truly yrs.George
Rome Nov. 30 1853
For value received I promise to pay Hiram Powers the sum of £12 (twelve pounds.) Payable on demand.
George O. Marsh
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