In the letter the men ask the governor to assist the poor families in the county, many of whom are near starvation. They explain that some provisions are available for them in Montgomery, but they cannot afford to transport it.
In the letter Wyeth asks the governor to assist the three thousand destitute citizens in Marshall County, most of whom are near starvation. He plans to seek aid in cities such as Nashville, Louisville, and Cincinnati, but he will need money to pay...
In the message Clark tells the governor of an opportunity in Cincinnati to buy food for destitute families in northern Alabama. The purchase is to be paid for in Alabama bonds, so he asks about the amounts, terms, and interest rates. (This message...
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