Marden (Mariam) Letter 1847
 
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UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS LOWELL
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COPIES DONATED BY H. RICHARDSON

TO MARIAM L. MARDEN1 
WRITTEN BY H.C. WARREN

                         Freedom June th 13 1847
 
Sir Mariam
 
I have got home
I arived th 5 and found my friends all
well   but I feel as lonesome as can be
for my part I had rather be in Lowell and
be rung up every morning than to be here
at home I have not seen any one since I have
got home, I shall be very glad when I get in
the mill again. I am going to ride 
last of this month and stop after the fourth of
July. I think I shall go the distant of forty miles
I had first rate time coming home I should
like to travel all the time if I could.
I have no news to write except a young
man by the name of James Marden hung
himself at Mr. Lanskirters to Belfast, this took
place last week. Mariam that is 
a false report about me being married it is
no such a thing so you may rest assured
about that. I have inquired in to the
affarse and found out the perticulers.
I wish you would come home so I could
see you. I hope you will come. I and
make me a visit and talk over the
past times that we spent in Lowell.
 
 
  1Miriam Lindsay Marden b: 1827, North Searsport, ME d: 1852, 
     Freedom, ME; parents: John Marden and Eliza Munsey; married 
     1848: Phineas Gustavus Warren b: 19 Nov 1822, Freedom, ME 
     d: 1 Aug 1881, Unity, ME. 
  
  
  
I hope when I see ruth she will
feel little more chatty than we war
a week before I left. Tell ruth
I should like to see her very much 
and all the rest of the good folks.
I think I shall come back in the course of
nine or ten weeks. I shall
write to Ruth before long and I want
Ruth write to me first.
M  I want to here from you soon
as you receive his letter. I hope you
will be as punctual about writing
as I have been and that is all required 
of you. Write soon and rite all the news
for I want to hear from  Mr. Bidwill and Mr.
Stevens if you can read this you will do well
I hope you will
excuse this poor written writing and
spelling and many mistakes
  
                      Yours with respect
                      H.C. Warren
 
Direct your letters to Freedom
   
  

 
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