Letter from John Blunt to William S. Pope, May 3, 1833

From: the Pope Family, Papers, ca. 1820-1918, Collection N2007-1, Box 1

Letter from John Blunt to William S. Pope, May 3, 1833

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I was at your house on yesterday but you was at Marianna let me beseach you to come down immediately, I have some faithful white friends in this neighborhood who will give you and me every assistance they can they may be able to give a clew so as for me to get some of my stolen goods + money, Jack Andias’ horse was yesterday taken by a white man near this place who says as a pretence that my Black man Bolb sold him the horse to him this + many more things makes it advisable for you to come be fourthwith if Stepen Richards is at your house or in your neighborhood please bring him with you as I have sent for him twice to his house

Yours Respectfully
Colo. Blunt
Chief of Apalachicola Band of
Indians