The Underground Railroad eBook

William Still
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DEAR BROTHER:—­It is with pleasure i take my pen in hand to write a few lines to inform you that i am well hopeping these few lines may fine you the same i am longing to hear from you and your family i wish you would say to Julis Anderson that he must realy excuse me for not writing but i am in hopes that he is doing well. i have not heard no news from Virgina. plese to send me all the news say to Mrs. Hunt an you also forever pray for me knowing that God is so good to us. i have not seen brother John Dungy for 5 months, but we have corresponded together but he is doing well in Brandford. i am now at the falls an have been on here some time an i shall with the help of the lord locate myself somewhere this winter an go to school excuse me for not annser your letter sooner knowing that i cannot write well you please to send me one of the earliest papers send me word if any of our friends have been passing through i know that you are very busy but ask your little daughter if she will annser this letter for you i often feel that i cannot turn god thanks enough for his blessings that he has bestoueth upon me.  Say to brother suel that he must not forget what god has consighn to his hand, to do that he must pray in his closet that god might teach him. say to mr.  Anderson that i hope he have retrad an has seeked the lord an found him precious to his own soul for he must do it in this world for he cannot do it in the world to come, i often think about the morning that i left your house it was such a sad feeling but still i have a hope in crist do you think it is safe in boston my love to all i remain your brother,

    STEPNEY BROWN.

    BRANTFORD, March 3d, 1860.

    MR. WILLIAM STILL, DEAR SIR:—­I now take the pleasure of writing
    to you a few lines write soon hoping to find you enjoying
    perfect health, as I am the same.

My joy within is so great that I cannot find words to express it.  When I met with my friend brother Dungy who stopped at your house on his way to Canada after having a long chase after me from Toronto to Hamilton he at last found me in the town of Brantford Canada West and ought we not to return Almighty God thanks for delivering us from the many dangers and trials that beset our path in this wicked world we live in.

    I have long been wanting to write to you but I entirely forgot
    the number of your house Mr. Dungy luckily happened to have your
    directions with him.

    Religion is good when we live right may God help you to pray
    often to him that he might receive you at the hour of your final
    departure.  Yours most respectfully.

    STEPNEY BROWN, per Jas. A. Walk.

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