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Mr. Higginbotham presses me for the paiment of which your rent was to make a part. as soon therefore as your convenience admits I would sollicit the paiment, to be made to him. I would not urge it but that he has been entitled some time to expect it of me. I salute you with affection esteem MHi : Coolidge Collection.
The rent which you mentioned as due for Lego I will ask you to be so kind as to pay at your convenience to mr Higginbotham, to whom I am in debt a sum of money and promised him he should recieve all my rents. I have mentioned this to him. I propose setting out tomorrow morning for Washington. I salute you with friendship & respect. MHi : Coolidge Collection.
When I settled here with mr Shoemaker, I told him you had informed me you had an order on me from him, of which however I was not in possession, and would therefore, pay the balance found due from me (60. some odd dollars) either to him or to you. he said I might pay it to him and he would settle it with you on his return, & I did so. I intended to have informed you of this the last post, but...