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To the honorable John Brown , Judge of the Superior court of Chancery holden at Staunton. Humbly...
A difference of opinion having arisen between the subscribers as to the construction of the words...
The bearer now comes for the trees you have taken care of for me, that is to say, my half of...
By the Enquirer of the 19 th just now recieved here I see that the petition of Ashlin to build a...
I send the inclosed letters to you as one of the executors of our late friend Governor Lewis ....
On my return from Bedford after an absence of 7. weeks I find here a great accumulation of...
By the bearer Davy, I send you, according to our arrangement, the following trees. No. 1. six...
I recieve this instant, and at this place your letter of the 17 th     the property of the three...
I have put into the hands of my grandson the papers and notes relative to the rents due to the...
I lent you some time ago the London & Country brewer and Combrun’s book on the same subject. we...