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A Challenge And A Reply

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Parent Issue
Day
20
Month
September
Year
1861
Copyright
Public Domain
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Seftïmbïr 2d, 18G1. Geokob D. Phentice - Sir : I aní informed by ray triend, Mr. Thoroai,that you, iti repiy to hi inquiry mado" at my instauce, avowed yourself tb writer of an editorial in the Jouraal oí tho 23d Auust, and also one of ar previous date, both denunciatory of myself. ïhoso artielen are falio aud slanderouB, and were writtea withoutthe least provocation on my part, or the slightest justification or ozcuso upon yours. I denmnd redres, nod' ak that you will appoint some timo, and place ontside of' Jofforson county, when and where it will be given. Thi note will b handed to you by my friend Mr. Geor#e Thomas, who, au such, ia authorized to act for me. Kespectfully, Rooeh W. Hanson 'tK'JBOK D. PÏNTIC. L.jtisTiLLi, Sept, 3, 1861. RoOB W. HANioH--8ir: Your of tho 2d inst., ia received. You soughl "redress" for the vory articles you ; cornplain of by publishing a scnrrilou' patnphlet, and if you "demand" anr more "redress," you may get it in the' sameway orin any other way you can. I shall not appoinl a "timo and place" for meeting you, for I would not gor two steps to meet or avoid yon. Arf for killing you,I think that I have done that effoctually aheudy, and I don't care to waste powder and lead upoti a carcasa. They can be put to botter uae' in Iheae rubellious times. Repeotfully Oko. D.

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Old News
Michigan Argus