|Title||1820 June 30 Mason Brown to Samuel Brown|
|Scope & Content||
Letter from Mason Brown (Yale) to Samuel Brown (Philadelphia, PA). Mason asks Samuel for his current location so he may send a box to him intended for Kentucky. He also asks for a promised check from Uncle [Uncle James Brown perhaps] and remarks upon his sprained thumb, explaining that writing is difficult.
Yale, June 30th, 1820
I have this moment received your letter of the 28 Inst & am glad to hear of your safe arrival in Philadelphia. I write at present merely to request you to make arrangements for forwarding a box to Kentucky which I shall send to Phila in 8 or ten days. Be so kind as to write immediately how it will be necessary for me to direct it. I intended to write to uncle James this week, but must defer his letter and close yours since I have sprained my thumb severely and it is painful for me to write-
P.S.I should be very glad if Uncle could forward me the promised draft soon since the [illegible] have found out that I am about to depart and are continually pestering me with their bills-Remember me affectionately to Uncle & Aunt-
Excuse bad writing since I can scarcely hold my pen- I shall be in Phila about the 26 July- Will I see you?
Doctor Samuel Brown
New Haven. CT.
New Haven, CT