Letter, June 26, 1836, Richard K. Call, Tallahassee, to Mrs. Barbara Kirkman, Nashville, 2 pp.: ''Permit the husband of your beloved and lamented granddaughter to present you with a ring filled with her hair, as an emblem of mourning for her loss. . . I duly received your kind letter of condolence, for which I thank you very sincerely. . . For the grandmother of my dear and lamented wife, I shall ever feel the warmest sentiments of respect and gratitude for the kindness and affection bestowed upon her. . .''
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