From Noah Jones to Franklin Baker. Jones writes that he had had his heart set upon taking one more look upon the old walls and saying a few last words to the old friends inside them, but his infirmity forbade it. His ailing frame would not support him and he doubted he would have had the self control necessary to make himself intelligible. He continues that lengthy excertion leads to confusion and is apologetic throughout his letter.
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- Dates of Creation26 Nov 1853