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Letter from M.B. Bransford, Gratiot Street Prison, St. Louis, Mo., to Gray and Blanding, May 28, 1863

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Identifier: D04651

Title: Letter from M.B. Bransford, Gratiot Street Prison, St. Louis, Mo., to Gray and Blanding, May 28, 1863

Description:

Requests that his trial take place before several prominent men from his hometown of Richmond, Missouri, leave St. Louis so that they will be able to testify.



Transcription: Gratiot St. Prison

St Louis Mo

May 28th 1863

Messrs

Gray and Blanding

Gentleman

There are Several prominent union men from Richmond Mo (my place of residence) now in the city and if it is posible I greatly prefer haveing my trial before they leave the city as they would no doubt be permitted to testify in regard to my general Conduct [etc]. — I have writen Some of them call on You at your office —

Very Respectfully

Your obdt. Seavt.

M.B. Bransford

Rights: NoC-US

Place: United States
Missouri
St Louis

Dates: 1863-05-28

Type(s): Letter

Maker/Creator: Bransford, Milford Bard

Subjects: Civil War, 1861-1865
Trials

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