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Letter from Charles Glode of Liverpool Road, Annapolis, to Joseph Howe regarding an offer to sell to Howe a yoke and oxen for people at Bear River.
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cattle, as then I should be able to keep a few cows, which very likely would suit my purpose better. And as you were so very kind as to signify that the government would provide me with a cow, I shall be very glad to realize the fulfilment of this most generous offer at any time that may suit your convenience. Should you condescend to accomodate me in the purchase of the cattle, I should be all the better prepared to accept the cow; but even as the case now stands, I think I should not fall much short of hay enough for the whole.
I remain Your friend
Charles Glode.

Liverpool Road, Annapolis}
Nov. 12, 1842

P.S. I was very sorry that I was away when you staid [stayed] at my Wig-wam. A fortnight's good hunting in the Nebookt among the [teyam?] or [copete?], would not please me so well as a sight of the Netap so wilmadock to our elnook.

Date: 1842

Retrieval no.: Commissioner of Public Records — Mi'kmaq and Government Relations series Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 volume 432 pp. 111-112

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