William Donar to William Still, November 3, 1859

Source citation
William Still, The Underground Rail Road (Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, 1872), 275.
Author (from)
Donar, William
Type
Letter
Date Certainty
Exact
Transcriber
Transcription adapted from The Underground Rail Road (1872), by William Still
Adapted by Michael Blake, Dickinson College
Transcription date
The following transcript has been adapted from The Underground Rail Road (1872).

NEW BEDFORD, Nov. 3, 1859.

DEAR SIR:-i embrace this opertunity to inform you that i received your letter with pleasure, i am enjoying good health and hope that these few lines will find you enjoying the same blessing. i rejoise to hear from you i feel very much indetted to you for not writing before but i have been so bissy that is the cause, i rejoise to heare of the arrival of my wife, and hope she is not sick from the roling of the sea and if she is not, pleas to send her on here Monday with a six baral warlian and a rifall to gard her up to my residance i thank you kindly for the good that you have don for me. Give my respects to Mrs. Still, tell her i want to see her very bad and you also i would come but i am afraid yet to venture, i received your letter the second, but about the first of spring i hope to pay you a visit or next summer. i am getting something to do every day. i will write on her arrivall and tell you more. Mr. H. White sends his love to you and your famerly and says that he is very much indetted to you for his not writing and all so he desires to know wheather his cloths has arived yet or not, and if they are please to express them on to him or if at preasant by Mrs. Donar. Not any more at preasent. i remain your affectionate brother,

WILLIAM DONAR.

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