|Collection||NY Historical Society|
|Dates of Creation||1855/01/07|
|Scope & Content||
Tammany Hotel, N.Y. Jan. 7th, 1855
My dear Sir,
Your letter of the 28th inst is at hand. I am pleased you find consolation in music. When a man acts in a good cause, in the end he triumphs-but the wicked have a hard road over Jordan. In the affair of the Girl, I think you acted right. As to hard times. keep your courage up-spring will soon be upon us, bringing business and singing birds to enliven our labours.
Wm. S. Mount