ALS, ICHi.
January 26 had been written under misapprehension. Butler continued, ``. . . it was not my intention to insult you or any one of my friends though under the misapprehension I felt myself badly treated. . .'' Baker was apparently not satisfied, however, for a further letter from Butler, February 28, professed ``I am willing to meet you as we parted at which time I hope for such mutual concessions as will enable us to remain as we ever have been if you still persist in a different co[u]rse I can regret it.''
 William S. Frink and Jesse Murphy of the Allenton community.