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Title: Inch, G.F. to father, 1893
CollectionNew Brunswick Letters
SenderInch, G.F.
Sender Gendermale
Sender Occupationstudent
Sender Religionunknown
OriginN.Brunswick, Canada
Recipient Gendermale
Doc. No.
Partial Date
Doc. Type
Word Count243
Genreasks for money, exams, newspapers, finding a job
Transcript[Ann Arbor]
June 11th, 1893,

Dear Father:

I forgot to ask you to send money right away if possible in fact I did not realize it was so near the time to leave but I hope I will get it in time to leave here on Wednesday evening at 6 and will get in Boston next day at 6 P.M.
I have got three of my – studies done with and passed successfully. Have a star chamber tomorrow at 2 O’clock and a written examination on Wednesday morning and then if I have any money will leave in evening. We are having some pretty warm weather here now. I suppose you saw the piece in the St. John Gazette about the Banquet we had. It was not quite right in every thing. I believe Lee and some of his friends put it in. Have you seen anything in the Sun about it. It is about church time so will have to stop.
I think I told you that I wrote to Dr.[Levett] about getting that place again in Boston and received an answer saying that he had plenty of help there but might need me by the time I got to Boston I sent him another letter the other day telling him when I would be there &c. and I am in hope he will have a vacancy for me.
Your loving son

G. F. Inch –

46 Pachard St.
P.S. Much obliged for papers