1899 Letter From Neill W. Ray to Sister-In-Law
Contributed by Kathleen Haynes
Contact Myrtle Bridges May 28, 2008
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Fayetterville, N.C. May 1, 1899
Yours of the 29th is received. Let the papers remain until we come up, which I hope we can do during
the season of 1899. I hope that Ervin can succeed with the injunctive order. I think it adviseable to
improve the store, in order to secure a renter, Whatever you think best, I will concur in. I wish you
much success with Cobb.
This is the week of our criminal court and next week and the week following is our regular spring
term of the Superior Court. I am trying to arrange my cases (so that?) I can go for a couple of days and be
at the Charlston reunion. There about last of May or first of June I want you to wo with us to Gettysburg
etc., and let it be my treat. Will you?
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