|Collection||Kate Strong Historical Library|
|Dates of Creation||1852/09/13|
|Scope & Content||
New York, Sept. 13, 1852.
My dear Sir, I beg leave to acknowledge the receipt of Your kind letter of the 9th inst., which I would have answered on Saturday, had not bad health kept me in bed. I am happy to learn that You aprove of my proposal, and I ant sure that the result will be satisfactory to You. I shall be happy to~ see You any day this week at my residence 194 West 28th St. between 8th & 9th avenues. I intend to sail on Saturday for Europe in the .arctic, but I ant not quite sure. This depends on a kind Providence. Please let me know when I may look out for You. Try to be at my residence at one o'clock-our dinner hour-a~i4 sit down with us. My wife sends her kind regards to You and You will please remember me to my Stony Brook friends.
Believe me dear Sir,
Yours ever truly friends