|Title||Letter on letterhead from Canby Gilpin & Co.|
|Date||July 13, 1865|
|Collection||Montgomery County Manuscripts|
|Scope & Content||
Canby Gilpin & Co.
Dtd 13 July 1865
Letterhead: "Canby Gilpin & co., Wholesale Druggists, N.W. Corner of Light & Lombard Streets,Baltimore. Sole Proprietors of Stablers Anodyne Cherry Expectorant, Stablers Diarrhoe Cordial, Stablers Dr. Chapmans Worm Mixture, Wrights Worm Mixture, Bailys Worm Killer, Norris Tonic or Fevers & Ague Mixture."
Baltimore, July 13th, 1865.
Charles M. Keys
Sir I came down here this morning Expecting to have received 10500 for Bounty [Bool] of 35 names sent to Annapolis this day week - one of which was yours - & find it has not been paid, owing to the [Trustman] being from Annapolis for the last week, or as some say for the want of money, consequently I do not wish you to call on me for it until you hear from me tho if you should have gone up to my House & have got
[that's it; no second page, nothing written on the reverse]
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Keys, Charles M.