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Robinson responds to Finley concerning a disconcerting letter he received from George W. Jackson. Robinson is shocked by Finley's report of the content, saying "I have no language to express my contempt for such conduct." Robinson asks Finley to send the actual letter to him, so so that he may confront the ungrateful Jackson with it. Abstract Number - 1129
State Prison Letters; Prisoner; Thomas Bruton; Estate; George W. Jackson
Robinson, Joshua, "Letter from Joshua Robinson to James B. Finley" (1849). Finley Letters. 1113.