The Constitution of the Mutual Literary Society  1810s
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   Container / Location    Title
 
Matthias papers,  1834 April 4-1835 June 11 [series]:
Box   4, Medler Crime Collection Folder   7
  1834 April 4 . Letter from Margaret Matthias to Henry Western, asking for rent money.
 
  1834 April 6 . Letter from Margaret Matthias to Henry Western asking for money to clothe her son so that he can appear in court; she claims to have suffered in her association with Matthias.
 
  1834 May 29 . Brief letter from Benjamin Folger to Robert Matthias, relating to Folger's mental state, and to the disposition of articles sent for by Matthews.
 
  1834 July 28 . Letter from "F" to Robert Matthias, describing an encounter with a man who mistook him for a robber after he "obtained entrance in the manner you suggested."
 
  1834 December 26 . Statement signed by Ann Folger and Benjamin Folger acknowledging receipt of subpoena to attend court in White Plains on January 12.
 
  1835 May 8 . Statement signed by Margaret Matthias giving the circumstances around the dismissal of N. Nye Hall as Robert Matthias' legal counsel -- she found him ill as a result of a "debauch," and Matthias, informed of Hall’s habits, directed that he be removed from the case.
 
  1835 June 11 . Letter from Margaret Matthias to Henry Western informing him that she is writing "the true account of Matthias" and asking for some money for rent.