Accession: L16173
Editorial Title: Asa Gilbert Eddy to George Prescott, August 22, 1878
Author: Asa Gilbert Eddy 
Recipient: George Prescott 
Date: August 22, 1878
Manuscript Description: Handwritten by Asa Gilbert Eddy on lined paper.
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Yours of the 21stEditorial Note: This letter is not extant. is receivedAs Written:recd, there is no certainty of Mr. Saunders being in his office on Friday, but will be in on Saturday from eleven A.M. till two P.M.. Please come in the early train and stop with us until it is time to meet Saunders. We can talk with our lawyer all we wish free of charge, and I hardly think you will care to go further, but if you should, there will be time and opportunity. I find that as you did not legally authorize me to look after your business, you are under no obligation to acknowledge that which I caused to done, and as I, in causing Mr. D. to either fulfill his agreement, or quit claim to you, acted in good faith and done as I would wish one to do for me under like circumstances, it will reflect no discredit upon either of us, for you not to accept As Written: accep the quit claiming, and transfer your mortgage, giving Mr. D. an opportunity of obtaining something more for his place, as he has the opportunity of doing now I believe

Very Truly Yours
A. G. Eddy

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Mr. George Prescott
Rowley
Mass
LYNN MASS. AUG 22
P.M.
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L16173
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Yours of the 21stEditorial Note: This letter is not extant. is recdExpanded:received, there is no certainty of Mr. Saunders being in his office on Friday, but will be in on Saturday from eleven A.M. till two P.M.. Please come in the early train and stop with us until it is time to meet Saunders. We can talk with our lawyer all we wish free of charge, and I hardly think you will care to go further, but if you should, there will be time and opportunity. I find that as you did not legally authorize me to look after your business, you are under no obligation to acknowledge that which I caused to done, and as I, in causing Mr. D. to either fulfill his agreement, or quit claim to you, acted in good faith and done as I would wish one to do for me under like circumstances, it will reflect no discredit upon either of us, for you not to accep Corrected: accept the quit claiming, and transfer your mortgage, giving Mr. D. an opportunity of obtaining something more for his place, as he has the opportunity of doing now I believe

Very Truly Yours
A. G. Eddy

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Mr. George Prescott
Rowley
Mass
LYNN MASS. AUG 22
P.M.
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