Gilman, Hannah 1830 12 07
 
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LOWELL HISTORICAL SOCIETY
ALFRED GILMAN COLLECTION
 
WRITTEN BY HANNAH GILMAN
TO HER SON ALFRED GILMAN
  
Dear Son, Nashua Dec br 7, 1830
  
 If I dont write much, I think much for your
comfort, by Mrs. Blodgett I send you two pair of drawers hope you
will receive them in a reasonable time as the cold is increasing,
and think it is time to put them on, they will save you from a
great many akes and pains, you cant be two carful of your health, 
it is better to keep it, than it is to recover it after it is lost.  Mrs. B.
expects to spend some time with her husband in Lowell, you will have an
oppertunity to see her, she will tell you all the news, I cannot tell
you much about the business here, the establishment is changed,
of course thus will be new officer, however I expect Mark will
hold some office here.- with my best wishes I must conclude by good
nigh.  your ever affectionate mother 
  H. Gilman
 

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