Charles Hutchinson Letter Book, 1880-81
p. 110-111

May 11 1880

My Dear Sir,
[...]William says that the vigilants hold frequent meetings, but at no stated place. They have deserted the swamp school house. He was heard that they have agreed to employ no strangers, they should chance to entertain a detective unawares.

Truly yours,
Charles Hutchinson

A.E. Irving, QC

Source: J.J. Talman Regional Collection, University of Western Ontario Archives, Donnelly Family Papers, B4878, File 13, Charles Hutchinson, Charles Hutchinson Letter Book, May 11, 1880.

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