To Craven Peyton
July 17. 17.
Th:J. to mr Peyton
you are quite free, my dear Sir, to make the use you propose of the opinion I gave you, and under the cautions you express. my object is to avoid giving useless offence. I salute you with friendship
P.S. your servt has been detained by the interruption of a visit from a foreigner
RC (Mrs. Charles W. Biggs, Lewisburg, W.Va., 1950; photocopy in MsSM); dateline between note and postscript; addressed: “Mr Peyton Mont-eagle.” Not recorded in SJL.
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