Letter: Saint Louis, Missouri to Wier Boyd, Dahlonega, Georgia, 1892 May 3
author: Dickie, F. E.
extent:  p.
date: May 3, 1892
summary: Letter from F. E. Dickie, secretary of the Phoenix Gold Mining Company, to Wier Boyd, dated May 3, 1892. Dickie sends Boyd money to cover costs associated with preparation for the Supreme Court case Exter v. Etowah Gold Mining Company. He suggests a bondsman and requests a receipt for covering the cost of transporting evidence for the case.
repository: Chestatee Regional Library System, Lumpkin County Branch
collection: Madeleine K. Anthony Collection
subjects:Boyd, Wier G., 1820-1893
Gold mines and mining--Georgia--Dahlonega
Etowah Gold Mining Company
Actions and defenses--Georgia--Dahlonega
Lumpkin County (Ga.)
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[ Note: A postmark stamp appears to the right of the printed address. SAINT LOUIS, MO. [Missouri], MAY 3 530 PM 92] [printed text:
Return in Five Days to
F. E. DICKIE, Sec'y [Secretary]
Etowah Gold Mining Co., [Company]
310 NORTH ELEVENTH STREET],
ST. [Saint] LOUIS, MO. [Missouri] ]
[typewritten text: Wier [Wier] Boyd, Att'y [Attorney]
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[ Note: [Postmark: [illegible text] REC'D [RECEIVED], [illegible text]]
Page:  [view image][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: May 3d-92] [printed text: 189 [blank on form]]
[typewritten text: Wier [Wier] Boyd, Att'y [Attorney], Dahlonega, Ga. [Georgia] Dear Sir:_
Inclosed [Enclosed] I hand you herewith draft on New York for $50 to pay costs in re [concerning] the Exter claim which you are now preparing to be carried to the Supreme Court. I trust you will not have any trouble in completing everything and that you will be able to get someone to go on our bond. You remember that it was suggested that Mr. Parker, bondsman for Mr. Exter, might be sufficient bondsman for us, at anyrate [any rate] your son, Mr. M. G. Boyd, stated that he would try and get him to go on the bond.
By the way, I would like to have you get a receipt from Mr. Wellborn for taking down the evidence; I gave the money ($15) to Mr. M. G. Boyd, and I would like a receipt which I could file away among my vouchers; it is possible that Mr. M. G. B., has gotten the receipt but failed to send it.
Yours very truly,]
[Signed] [written text: F. E. Dickie
Sec [Secretary] ]
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