John C. Birdsall business letter from John Garner, 1812

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Title

John C. Birdsall business letter from John Garner, 1812

Subject

Birdsall, John C., c.1773-1850.
Garner, John, ?-1833.
Business correspondence

Description

Business letter from John Garner to John C. Birdsall, in which Garner writes about Parmenus Jackson's unwillingness to part with a particular lot unless Birdsall holds him to an agreement that they had made. Garner also mentions that lambs are selling well, and he suggests that Birdsall should bring some to New York and attempt to sell them. Note: John C. Birdsall operated a general store in Jerusalem (present-day Wantagh), N.Y., and had several different business partners, Garner eventually being one of them.

Date

May 13, 1812

Contributor

O'Connor, Michael

Rights

Responsibility for any use rests exclusively with the user.

Format

Letter

Is Part Of

Carman Family Collection (Box 2, Folder 18)

Files

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Citation

“John C. Birdsall business letter from John Garner, 1812,” Hofstra University Library Special Collections: Digital Collections, accessed June 25, 2024, https://omeka.hofstra.edu/items/show/4378.

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