|Collection||Kate Strong Historical Library|
|Dates of Creation||1893/07/06|
|Scope & Content||
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[LAW OFFICE OF
THOMAS S. MOUNT.
STONY BROOK, SUFFOLK CO., N. V.
IN FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS.
ROOM 23,204 MONTAGUE ST., BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Telephone Call, Brooklyn 1301.]
Stony Brook, N.Y. July 6th 1893
Setauket, Suffolk Co. N.Y.;
My Dear Sir: - I forwarded to Mr. Clark your proposition to the following effect, namely; that you would move out in thirty days provided that you are not to make any further payment for rent and you have the use of the barn and stable for two weeks longer; in other words that no money is to pass from him to you to him nor from him to you; that you are to move out of the house in thirty days and out of the barn and stables in two weeks later.
I have received an answer from him accepting the offer.
I am very truly,
(signed) Th. S. Mount