George Davenport Chenoweth to Robert Emory, June 23, 1847

Source citation
George D. Chenoweth to Robert Emory, June 23, 1847, Robert Emory Papers, Dickinson College Archives and Special Collections, Carlisle, PA.
Author (from)
Chenoweth, George D.
Type
Letter
Date Certainty
Exact
Transcriber
Peter Lake, Dickinson College

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Warrenton.

June 23rd.

Dear Bro

I have sent you the Warrenton Flag, [illegible] [what?] you will find a [piece?] in reference to the late riot in Carlisle. I thought best to send it to you & if this be [untrue?] that is charged to [professor?] McClintock it [ought?] too be contradicted. I would mention [him?] [illegible] or that two weeks ago this same paper published a letter [illegible] Prof. McClintock from all [illegible] [illegible] by all the southern students. The Editor of this paper is a southern Methodist & this is a [illegible] of their [sender/tender?] [illegible] towards us. I thought I would send you this & leave it to your own judgment what course to pursue.

As ever yours,
G. D. Chenoweth

NB We are too far away from the scene of action to know the truth in the matter.

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