A comparative study of Henry Fielding's Joseph Andrews (1742) and Sarah Fielding's David Simple (1744)
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[Two Letters one from R. Fields to Ely S. Parker and then a response from J. D. Cox to R. Fields] the first letter requests to be furnished with information in regard to Cherokee Trust funds on hand January 1869 in a statement. While the second letter is in reply to Mr. R. Fields enclosing a statement by J. D. Cox of the trust funds followed by his letter notifying him that he cannot fulfill such request but every faculty member is provided with a copy therefore he encloses it to him. Fields, R. (1869-05-25)
[Letter to Richard Fields] enclosing settlement No. 20531 of the accounts of M. W. Batman. the Acting Auditor advises Parker that the settlement of Captain Jacob Brown can not be found in his office and he thinks it likely that they will be found with Fields, therefore he wishes that if Fields cannot find it, to inform the office so another search can be conducted. Parker, E. S. (1870-07-20)