"Some of the friends were very sick dureing my absence. Daniel, John, and Robert Thyle had a spell of colds fevers and pains. Something similar to the cold plaque. Daniel is well or nearly so. John & Robert is still puny but on the mend. It has been a common complaint in this quarter this Spring. the balance of our friends are all well. We have a prospect of better times than we have had for some years. the most of our neighbours have got returns for their tobacco from six to seven dollars.."
Letter written by James B. Galbreath of Christian Co., KY on May 19th, 1825.
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