Letter from Charles Cleveland to Alexander Nisbet

Letter from Charles Cleveland to Alexander Nisbet
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September 5, 1830

Professor Charles Dexter Cleveland writes to Alexander Nisbet regarding his feelings for Nisbet's niece, Miss Alison McCoskry. " Almost at our very first meeting I found myself agitated by feelings that I never before had experienced," as Cleveland explains. Cleveland also expresses concern over plans as to where they will move. While "Mr. and Mrs. Mason desires that she and I should go to New York," Cleveland notes that this "would not do for her" because "the climate is by far too cold and damp for one of her constitution." Cleveland suggests Baltimore, as a suitable alternative. Transcript included

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Gift of Reginald Cleveland