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Document: mka017

Letter: Saint Louis, Missouri to Wier Boyd, Dahlonega, Georgia, 1892 Apr. 26


author: Dickie, F. E.
extent: [1] p.
date: April 26, 1892
summary: Letter from F. E. Dickie, secretary of the Phoenix Gold Mining Company, to Wier Boyd, dated April 26, 1892. Dickie sends money to Boyd and his son M. G. Boyd for services rendered in the lawsuit of Exter v. Etowah Gold Mining Company and requests receipts. He asks whether a new trial has been granted or if the case has been referred to the Supreme Court instead.
repository: Chestatee Regional Library System, Lumpkin County Branch
collection: Madeleine K. Anthony Collection
box: II-1
folder: 19

subjects:
Boyd, Wier G., 1820-1893
Gold mines and mining--Georgia--Dahlonega
Etowah Gold Mining Company
Actions and defenses--Georgia--Dahlonega
Wages--Miners--Georgia--Dahlonega
Lawyers--Fees--Georgia--Dahlonega
Dahlonega (Ga.)
Lumpkin County (Ga.)
Letters (correspondence)




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[ Note: [This document contains typewritten, handwritten, and printed text.]]
[printed text: Capital $500,000.00. Shares $10.00 Each.
INCORPORATED UNDER THE GENERAL LAWS OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS.
The Phoenix Gold Mining Company.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, EAST ST. LOUIS, ILL. [Illinois]
MINING PROPERTY LOCATED IN LUMPKIN AND DAWSON COUNTIES, STATE OF GEORGIA.]

[printed text: ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO]
[typewritten text: #310 N. [North] 11th St. [Street],]
[printed text: St. Louis, Mo. [Missouri]]
[printed text: St. Louis, Mo. [Missouri]] [typewritten text: Apr. [April] 26th-92] [printed text: 189[blank on form]]
[typewritten text: Wier Boyd, Esq. [Esquire],
Dahlonega, Ga. [Georgia]
Dear Sir:_ ]

[typewritten text: As per arrangements I inclose [enclose] herewith two drafts on New York, one for $100 payable to yourself, and one for $50 payable to M. G. Boyd, being payment on account for professional services in re [concerning] suit F. C. Exter vs. [versus], the Etowah Company. I also inclose [enclose] blank receipt which please sign and have Mr.B [Boyd (?)] - sign also, and return to me so I can place the same among my vouchers.

I have not yet heard from you as to whether a new trial has been granted, or whether the case was carried to the Supreme Court.

Awaiting your reply, and acknowledging the inclosure [enclosure], I remain


Yours truly,]
[written text: [Signed] F. E. Dickie
Secretary]

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