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Title:[Letter] 1808 Jan. 1, Pittsburgh, [Pennsylvania] [to] King, et al. / John Sumerall : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Sumerall, John
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Date: January 1, 1808
Extent: 1p
Summary:This document is a letter written by John Sumerall to King, Canon, & King on January 1, 1808. In the letter, Sumerall informs the merchants of the conversation that took place between himself and a Mr. Hunt in Lexington, Kentucky pertaining to the service of cotton baling that Hunt was going to perform for the men. Sumerall states that he gave his oath to Hunt that the men are good for the money that is required to pay for the cotton baling.
Collection:Coffee Perkins Papers
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Folder:20
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Pittsburgh 1st Jany [January] 1808
Gentlemen

I received yours of the 23rd of November requesting me to recollect particularly the conversation that passed between Mr. Hunt and me about your Cotton Bailing of which I have the most perfect recollection on the 8th day after I left your place I called on Mr Hunt in Lexington & delivered him your Letter which he red [read] and then told me he could furnish you with what you wanted in case you would pay the money I told him I should not promise, that as I was not [added: so] [unclear: directed ] but that he might write to you by the first mail on subject which he said he would do he asked me if I thought you were good for the mony [money] I told him I had no doubt of that, he said if you would agree to pay the money in Lexington that he could have some of the Bailing ready in a short time, so that no positive agreement took place between Mr Hunt and me further than what I have stated the Memorandom [Memorandum] you gave me — I cannot find at present, but if I shoud [should] find it I will send you a Copy of it, what I have stated I am ready to make oath of at any time. I wish you to write me if Mr Coleman pays our money when it is [unclear: due ] if you have an opportunity you will be so good as to send it, we are your sincere Friends.

John Sumerall
Mssrs [Messeiurs] King Canon & King
[added: Copied by J. R. Plummer ]



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