Letter to Joseph Porter About Government Relief Regulations.

Date: November 26, 1888

Series: S 868 - Yellow fever epidemic incoming correspondence, 1888.

Incoming correspondence to Joseph Y. Porter.

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P. S. I have met Dr, Neil Mitchell, he
may not remember me, I preached in Ocean
St Church once, J. C. Greeley & Rev Henry Dodge
know me - Yours &c J. T. W.

Chaseville, Fla.
Nov. 26th, 88.

Dr. J.B. Porter,
Dear Sir;
I have not been
in Jacksonville for six weeks. I desire
to go … [illegible]. Can you send me a pass
to the city, or such certificate as I
may need. I should wish to include
any family - wife and her mother. I shall be
compelled to be in the city - once or twice
probably for preliminary arrangements.
I am a Presbyterian Clergyman residing
at Chaseville.
The enclosed paper discloses a state
of affairs as they have & do exist - in
the cove.
There are cases of fever & have been from
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