Cambridgeport, Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts

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    Part of Letter to John Milton Bernhisel and Almon Whiting Babbitt, 5 December 1849

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    And now Dear Sir permit me by way of conclusion to say that since you have been at Washigton If I have not written much to you, I have gone before the Lord & bowed my knees in earnest prayer day by day and prayed for your success & prosperity in the glorious cause ^in which^ your are engaged in, also for Dr. Bernhisel believing that you both [was] doing your best to exhert an influence if not with the same individuals that it was all lending ...
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    Part of Letter to Thomas Leiper Kane and John Milton Bernhisel, 8 December 1849

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    New York Dec 8th–49 Brother Bernhisel Dear Sir I have just ar[ri]ved in this City & obtained your Letters, you will of course follow the instructions you have recved from Head quarters if you fail in a State & go in for a Territory as the last resort I think that every exhertion in any power should be made to get our own officers elected say Brigham Youg [illegible] Governor & go down according to theirs appointment as far as ...
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    Part of Letter to Almon Whiting Babbitt, 21 January 1850

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    [sideways text] Copy of A letter written to A W Babbitt Esqr Jan 21st 1850 Cambridgeport Mass Jan 21st 1850 Dear Sir Yours of Jan 16th has just come to hand and I must Confess that I am much surprised at its contents and do not understand it. and I feel think it needs some wisdom to answer such letters in a right & proper manner lest misun- derstanding arise of an unpleasant nature between men who are endeavoring to bring to pass the ...
    Dates:
    January 21, 1850
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    Part of Letter to John Milton Bernhisel, 26 March 1850

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    [sideways text] Copy of A Letter to J. M. Bernhisel March 26th 1850 Cambridgepot Mass Mach 26th 1850 Brother Bernhisel Dear Sir I receved your interesting Letter of the 22nd intat and nothing but a croud of businss has prevented me from you upon the subjet of which you speak even befoe I receved yours. I was privileged with the company of professor O. pratt Erastus Snow & J B. Wallace on the Sabbath ...
    Dates:
    March 26, 1850