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Letter, 25 Apr. 1819, Enoch H. Wilcox George Town, S.C., to
"Catherine," Westerly, N.J.

Letter, 25 April 1819, from Enoch [H. Wilcox], Geo[rge] Town, to his "beloved Catharine" in Westerly, N.J., indicates that his ship was loaded and would set out for Charleston as soon as the winds calmed and that he missed her and "the Boys" but "must attend to business while I can get it to do."

He requests news from "the place I tell people is my home," complaining at the same time that he receives so little that "my acquaintance[s] almost disbelieve that I have any." The letter is continued the following day with the news that he had sold his brother's cranberries.


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