Hezekiah Hill to William Still, January 24, 1856

Source citation
William Still, The Underground Railroad (Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, 1872), 202.
Author (from)
Hill, Hezekiah
Recipient (to)
Still, William
Type
Letter
Date Certainty
Exact
Transcriber
Zak Rosenberg
Transcription date

The following text is presented here in complete form, as it originally appeared in print. Spelling and other typographical errors have been preserved as in the original.

TORONTO Jan 24th 1856.

MR. STILL:-this is to inform you that Myself and little boy, arrived safely in this city this day the 24th, at ten o'clock after a very long and pleasant trip. I had a great deal of attention paid to me while on the way. I owes a great deel of thanks to yourself and friends, I will just say hare that when I arrived at New York, I found Mr. Gibbs sick and could not be attended to there. However, I have arrived alright. You will please to give my respects to your friend that writes in the office with you, and to Mr Smith, also Mr Brown, and the friends, Mrs Still in particular. Friend Still you will please to send the enclosed to John Hill Petersburg I want him to send some things to me you will be so kind as to send your direction to them, so that the things to your care. if you do not see a convenient way to send it by hands, you will please direct your letter to Phillip Ubank Petersburg. Yours Respectfully

H HILL.

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