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Being much pressed by mr Higginbotham for a debt I owe him, and towards the discharge of which I...
Being extremely pressed by mr Higginbotham I must again urge you on the subject of the arrearages...
When I met with you on Lego the other day I had not been on the lands before for 9. years, and...
When I saw you at court I requested you would not meddle with any grounds without the 8. fields...
Our lease witheld the right of clearing within the limits of Shadwell for a reason, well...
M r Randolph will ride with you any day you please to the lands on Lego , & confer on the...
M r Randolph has communicated to me your propositions of compromise which he committed to writing...
Articles of compromise and agreement between Thomas Jefferson of the one part & Eli Alexander on...
The points on which Th: Jefferson insists with mr Alexander are the following, & he will,...
Having been obliged to purchase corn this year to the amount of 1200.D and great engagements on...
Having some heavy sums to pay at our March & April courts I should be glad if in the disposal of...
M r Bacon had to buy 60. barrels of corn for me, and he understood that you had agreed at court...
A debt which has been contracted with mr Higgenbotham in my absence, has obliged me to assign to...
Mr. Higginbotham presses me for the paiment of which your rent was to make a part. as soon...