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The titled title to the lands of Bennet Henderson having passed to yourself thro many hands & by...
The title purchased from Henderson’s representatives is so extremely complicated as to render it...
Whereas Craven Peyton has this day executed a deed of conveyance to me for the lands of the late...
Will you be so good as to send me the account of mr T. E. Randolph , & the list of balances due...
You proposed to me at court the hiring one of the shoemakers of your late brother , which at that...
I have recieved a letter from Col o Charles Lewis now of Kentucky expressing apprehensions that...
The demand of Frances Hornsby for her portion of the lands of her father conveyed to you by James...
I recieved yesterday the inclosed letter , and have this day forwarded on the bill it covered, to...
The original letter from mr Morgan with the account inclosed, came to hand since I wrote to you....
I recieved in due time your letter covering Sheckle’s certificate of his having never paid the 2....
Craven Peyton in account D r £
As I presume you will go to court tomorrow, and I shall not, I must ask the favor of you to call...
I inclose you a letter I have just recieved from mr Hornsby in answer to one I had written his...
The sum I owe you is between five hundred and forty or fifty Dollars. I have this day written to...
Your letter of the 4 th came to hand yesterday. I do assure you that I never have entertained a...
M r Rosson is finishing a carriage for me and has not a pair of handles left. but he has the...
The deed of Sep. 10. 1805. from Charles L. Lewis to yourself is sufficient in it’s form to convey...
I gave notice some time ago that to mr Michie that I would take your deposition and that of mr...
I lent you some time ago the deed & receipt of John Henderson as to the property of the younger...
I am infinitely obliged by the kind offer of the sum mentioned in your letter, and any further...