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DEAR SIR, After being delayed with sickness and other hindrances, I am so far on my way back, and hope to be in Ohio within the corning week. Will you please advise the friends all of the fact, and say to them that as soon as I do reach, I will let them know where I will be found. I have been middling successful in my business. Yours in truth,
J. HENRIE, ESQ.
- Life and Letters of John Brown; Liberator of Kansas, and Martyr of Virginia, 1885, F. B. Sanborn.