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  <mods:abstract>George Jeffrey Tillotson writes to Amos A. Phelps telling him about his plans to invest money in the Worcester railroad with the help of one of his church members. He also agrees to give Phelps a loan of 500 dollars and says they will discuss it in person when he travels to Boston in three weeks or will write to him if he cannot come in person.</mods:abstract>
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