Wythe to St. George Tucker, 2 January 1786

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George Wythe lets St. George Tucker know that he cannot take in the gentleman Tucker wished to put under his care; however, Wythe says that he will still help the man within his power.

"Wythe to St George Tucker, 2 January 1786, pg 1."

Letter text

Page 1

"Wythe to St George Tucker, 2 January 1786, pg 2."

Saint George Tucker, esq.
<endorsed> Mr. Wythe
Jan:2, 1786

Page 2

Dear sir,

I cannot take into my house as a boarder and lodger; the young gentleman, whom you wish to put under my care; but i will, with pleasure, do for him any good office in my power. i am, with sincere respect,

Dear sir,
Your most obedient
G. Wythe.
2 jan. 1786.

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