Letter, 1808 April 8.


Letter, 1808 April 8.

Letter to John Greig regarding a certain tract of land in western New York State identified as township two, third range. Cameron did some investigation for Greig as to the value and title to the lands. The letter also discusses political sentiments in the region, especially on upcoming congressional election. The letter was written at Bath, N.Y.

3 pages.


SNAC Resource ID: 6831792

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