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I am raeley sorry to inform You, I fear I have sold my corn two close, I regret very much I had...
You was so good as to say You wou d give me Your Opinion, On the Deed from Lewis to Lewis , I...
My Son informs me, You propose makeing up An Opinion in a few days, to give You a More Correct...
In Answar to Yours of today , the bargain was made with C. Lewis several weeks before the Deed...
I receav d by the Your Servant, the papars with Your Opinion, Shuffey Peyton and Baldwin are my...
C. Peyton presents his respects to M. Jefferson And informs him, there is some Ladis hear, from...
I have had several applications for Corn, as I nevar have made Any engagements without first...
I have about Six Ton Plastar to grind, I suppose the tole More profitable then Corn, as I am a...
The suite I had in the Staunton Chancery Court has been desided in my favour. Your being absent...
My Son delivared Your reply to my Note Yestarday offaring to sell some Negroes if there was a...