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Hannah was thrown out of his carriage about ten days before and had his head out. He said that he had seen Mr. Finley who said he would have a Conference with the Governor about Meloy's case. Hannah said to keep on with the petition and as far as he knew everyone who had been asked has done so. He is confident that the Governor would pay attention to the case before long. Abstract Number - 277
John Meloy; State Prison; Prisoner
Hannah, R.M., "Letter from R.M. Hannah to John Meloy" (1846). Finley Letters. 276.