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WEAVER, MRS. - Letter from a Mrs Weaver to a Mr Buntin, September 17 1880

n.p. [1880]. One leaf, octavo by size; annotation in another hand on the back. ¶ An unsettling, pitiful semi-literate letter from Mrs Weaver who heard that her husband had died out at Botany and, as Mr Buntin had taken him to the infirmary, she asks that he "take care of what good he had untill I can come" and leave them with Mrs Dunk "untill I do come". A Robert Buntin was a butcher at Waterloo and a Mrs Jane Dunk lived at Marrickville according to Sands Directories. I don't know who Mrs Weaver was or where she had to come from to claim her husband's possessions.
AUD 25.00 [Appr.: EURO 16.25 US$ 19.28 | £UK 14 | JP¥ 2082] Book number 9695

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