Transcribe Allen, George N. Letter to Ward, Henry Augustus. (1873-07-28)

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that are the most abundant and the most attractive.

  I might give my own list; but

I would be obliged if you would suggest the kind which your practical knowledge of the field would enable you to do.

  I shall remain here until next

Monday, Aug 4th; an immediate reply therefore would reach me at this place. If you cannot write me thus, you may defer sending until you hear from me again, or you may send the statement to me at Cleveland, Drawer 247.

  I shall be absent 2 or 3

weeks longer, but have not fully determined my route.

      Very truly Yours [?]
                         Geo. N. Allen

P.S. I hope to be able to stop in Rochester on my return, but may not