Text: Edgar Allan Poe to Frederick W. Thomas — June 24, 1842 (LTR-137a)


New York June 24

My dear Thomas,

If there [i]s anything in the world to be done for my friend W. Wallace with Rob Tyler do it, and charge it to my account. Use your influence to its ultimate extent. No better man ever lived. Write me by return mail. Why have I not heard from you lately?

Truly yours
Edgar A Poe.

Wallace has informed me that he has made application for a Consulship.





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