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Wilbur acknowledges receipt of money from Jacob and suggests he will travel to Missouri when school is out.

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Lebanon, OH


politics; Abraham Lincoln; [Drawing]


The Latin phrases translate roughly to "I am a friend of the common good" and "Be wise as a serpent and harmless as a dove."

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Armstrong, Wilbur Fisk, 1841-1862 -- Correspondence; Armstrong family -- Correspondence

Letter from Wilbur F. Armstrong to Jacob G. Armstrong



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