The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 26, July 1922 - April, 1923 Page: 59
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Judge Matthews was here yesterday. He expressed a great de-
sire to see you. Talked over College days, reminded me of your
escape from the tartar emetic, and other scenes.
Lucy returned Monday. Little Fanny, the daughter, is in her
usual fine condition. The boy, Scott Russell, is suffering from
summer complaints, and we are quite anxious about him.
I enclose you letters just received.
Uncle is probably at home. I expect to hear of his arrival
there today. Be sure to stop at Fremont. If you will dispatch
him, he will send a carriage to meet you at the arrival of the
train you name. Lucy will be glad enough to have you make
us a good visit.
R B Hayes28
BRYAN TO HAYES
Eaton Rapids, Michigan
August 16th 1871.
I am just in receipt of the package of letters sent to me by
you. I thank you my dear friend for your attention to my re-
quests. I am sorry that I have to enclose you one to yourself
that came with mine. Until I leave this part of the U. S. I
shall have to bother you with sending to me my letters.
I cannot say how long I shall remain here I am now in-
clined to give these waters full trial.
I received your friendly letter to me at St Catharines. I
thank you for your hearty invitation to visit your Uncle, shall
do so before I quit the lakes. Will write to him and know his
28"Auld lang syne" was a favorite expression with Hayes. His visit
to Texas stands out prominently.
State of Ohio
Columbus, 28th July 1871.
My dear Judge:
Col Guy M Bryan of Texas is a gentleman of responsibility & high
character. Uncle and I visited him in Texas. I will be particularly
obliged for any courtesy you can extend to him.
R. B. Hayes
Hon. L. B. Otis
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