W0125 TO DR. CALVIN MCQUESTEN FROM DAVID G. MCCLURE.
May 6 1836
To: Dr. Calvin McQuesten Brockport
From: David G. McClure Windsor Vermont
Windsor, May 6 1836
I arrived at Windsor on the 5th Inst and found all well and received a hearty welcome from even those I expected my enemies. I found that I had blamed those who was justfully innocent and that the failure of the [?] was in consequence of sending them to Woodstock post-office to have them mailed, so that they should not be in transfer so that the messy cantean and to send them a [?] was the whole cause of thine failure. Mifs [sic] Eliza and I shall probably be at Brockport by the first of June next. I wish you would be so good as to inform Mr. Davis of the same, and have Wm. Sully move out and the carpet put down by the 19th of June as above stated (the carpet will be found in the large under box of goods in the entry) I want to have likewise the curtains put up to the windows (which will be found in the under drawer but one in the Bureau). The drawer is locked and Henry has the key. The carpet in the bed soon must be taken up and the room cleaned and put down again, which Mr Davis understands already.
If you can introduce the subject, I wish you would inform Henry that the probability is that he will have a new Mother in Town as soon as the twentieth day of the month and if he should throw out much stuff, I wish you would talk to him severely as politnefs [sic] will permit: likewise inform Joseph of the same. Mifs [sic] Eliza sends her love to Doct. M. We maintain and wish [?] Henry & wife & Joseph.
David G. McClure