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Sep 28 1875
To: Dr. Calvin Brooks McQuesten, [New York]
From: Concord, N.H. [New Hampshire]

Dear Sir.

At the request of Mifs. [sic] Lucy A. Lerned of Hopkinton, in the absence of her Administrator, Hon. N.E. Perkins, I have filled out a quit claim deed, which she desires to have executed, and returned, to take the place of the one executed by yourself on the 13th day of May last. In that deed there are omissions of several important words, and a bar to its becoming of record in this state, in the fact of its having but one witness; our statute requiring at least two.--If you will be kind enough to have the deed properly executed and returned, I will see that the one executed as above referred to and which is now in my possession, is immediately returned to your address.--1

Very Respectfully

E.L. Childs

[Lock Bol.??] 34

P.S. In returning the deed please direct to Miss Lucy A. Lerned to my care.--E.L.C.

1 See W1091.

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