Nathan Smith letter
Letter from Nathan Smith of Boston, [Mass.] to Lyman Spalding in Boston, informing him that he has secured letters of credit while awaiting sailing abroad; asks Dr. Spalding to attend his business and family during his absence, and leaves postal address in London.
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Nathan Smith 1762-1829, Lyman Spalding 1775-1821, John Warren 1753-1815, Dyer Spalding 1732-1814. Not identified, no cards: Drs. Smith and Bartlett of Boston; Mr. Rosebrooks of Cornish; Mr. Dame (or Dorme) of Orford.
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