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Title:[Letter] 1846 Nov. 16, Bellemont, [to] Mr. H[owell] A. Taylor / A.W. Littlejohn : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Littlejohn, A.W.
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Date: November 16, 1846
Extent: 2p
Summary:This document is a letter written by A.W. Littlejohn to Howell A. Taylor, dated November 16, 1846. In the letter, Littlejohn asks for Taylor's certificate testifying to allegations made by a man named J.J. Alison. Alison had made bad remarks about Littlejohn's character.
Collection:Taylor Family of Fayette Co. TN Letters MS 384 (corr. 1836-1847)
Box:1
Folder:4
Document:um040
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Mr. H. [Howell] A. Taylor at Home
[added: bro. [brother] Smith }]



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Bellemont Nov. [November] 16th 1846
My dear bro. [brother] Taylor

you told me in Somerville I think some time after J. J. Alison's trial at Wesly what he said to you at your house respecting my character, viz. [to wit] that I was a very corrupt, rotton [rotten] -hearted man this conversation took place at the time, when he informed you what the Stewards had done at Cloyton-Camp meeting. you agreed to give me your certificate, if I thought it necessary. brother Brock was at my house the other day [added: I told him] that I could get you to certify to the above and I promised to have it at Conference. it is important I think for me to have your certificate. will you then be so good as to send me by bro. Smith in writing, as near as you can recollect, what J.J. Alison did say to you in disparagement of my character. be particular to state in your certificate, when and where this conversation took place. Comply with the above and oblige

yours &c [et cetera]
A.W. Littlejohn



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