J.W. Adams, two letters

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J.W. Adams, two letters

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Adams, J.W. Two letters, Syracuse, July 27, 1846 (3 pp.) and August 6, 1846, both to Henry C. Murphy, and both concerning DeWitt Clinton’s Memoir on the Antiquities of the Western Parts of the State of New York. Adams contends that some material is taken from his manuscript, in the first letter, he claims he cannot check on the matter because he has just moved and his books "are all in a heap...if I have left it among my pamphlets at my house, it will be a hopeless task to attempt to find it." By the second letter, he has found it, and notes that his work is cited. Both letters are neat and readable; very good-near fine

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