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Letter, 2 September

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Letter from Wilson family to Margaret Mercer Dawson.

Letter, February 1847

Letter from John William Dawson, Edinburgh, to Margaret A. Y. Mercer, 11 Arniston Place, Newington, Edinburgh. Shall have to go to Glasgow next Wednesday. Wonders if Margaret can consent to be his wife. Suggests that they decide as seriously as possible on future marriage proceedings.

Dawson, John William, Sir, 1820-1899

Letter, February 1847

Letter from John William Dawson, Edinburgh, to Margaret A. Y. Mercer , 11 Arniston Place, Newington, Edinburgh
Has seen Margaret's father, who says that they must manage everything themselves, and the sooner the better, without the help of Margaret's mother.

Dawson, John William, Sir, 1820-1899

Letter, 3 March 1847

Letter from John William Dawson, Edinburgh, to Margaret A. Y. Mercer , 11 Arniston Place, Newington, Edinburgh
Describes his interview with Margaret's father, on the subject of their marriage. Remarks on how much he misses her.

Dawson, John William, Sir, 1820-1899

Letter, February 1847

Letter from John William Dawson, Edinburgh, to Margaret A. Y. Mercer , 11 Arniston Place, Newington, Edinburgh
Remarks on his conversation with Margaret's father. Describes his feelings toward the attitude of Margaret's mother.

Dawson, John William, Sir, 1820-1899

Letter, 25 February 1847

Letter from John William Dawson, Edinburgh, to Margaret A. Y. Mercer , 11 Arniston Place, Newington, Edinburgh
Has done a considerable proportion of his work. Describes the singing of the birds in front of the castle.

Dawson, John William, Sir, 1820-1899

Letter, 18 February 1847

Letter from John William Dawson, Edinburgh, to Margaret A. Y. Mercer , 11 Arniston Place, Newington, Edinburgh
Has read her friend's letter. Describes his search to discover the right path and God's will. Will see her father today. Will try to call on Mrs. Bell tomorrow.

Dawson, John William, Sir, 1820-1899

Letter, 1 February 1847

Letter from John William Dawson, Edinburgh, to Margaret A. Y. Mercer , 11 Arniston Place, Newington, Edinburgh
Feels that it is strange that Margaret's parents should be against his calling on Margaret at their home. Describes his anxiety to see her.

Dawson, John William, Sir, 1820-1899

Letter, 12 February 1847

Letter from John William Dawson, Edinburgh, to Margaret A. Y. Mercer , 11 Arniston Place, Newington, Edinburgh
Fears that his last letter regarding his conversation with her father may have been misleading. Attempts to clarify.

Dawson, John William, Sir, 1820-1899

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