Letter from Governor Redfield Proctor of Vermont

Letter from Vermont Governor Redfield Proctor

A letter from Governor Redfield Proctor of Vermont responding to an invitation to the Centennial celebration.

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Sutherland Falls, September 17th, 1880

J. W. Garrett,

King’s Mountain,

North Carolina.

Dear Sir:

It would give me great pleasure to attend your centennial, but it comes at the opening of the session of our legislature, which of course makes it utterly impossible.

I should be glad to join with you in commemorating the anniversary of a battle which had so important an influence in our struggle for national existence.

Accept my best wishes for the success of the cellebration [sic], and my thanks to you and to the committee you represent for your invitation.

Respectfully yours,

Redfield Proctor.

(Dictated.C.)

Letter from Governor Redfield Proctor of Vermont
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