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Title:[Letter] 1839 Jan. 5, Knoxville, Tennessee [to] Charles F. Welcker, Mouth [of] Poplar Creek, Roane County / James M. Welcker : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Welcker, James Monroe
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Date: January 5, 1839
Extent: 2 p
Summary:This document is a letter dated January 5, 1839, from James Monroe Welcker in Knoxville, Tennessee, to his brother Charles Frederick Welcker in Roane County. James informs his brother that he could not procure any of the clover seed he had been asked to send, nor could he manage to finish other business for their brother Henry and others.
Collection:Welcker Papers
Box:MS-12, b3
Folder:1839
Document:mc054
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Knoxville Tennessee Jan. [January] 5th 1839
Brother Charles,

I could not procure any Clover seed, there being none in this place. The merchants think a sufficient quantity can be purchased before time for sowing them. Horses are dull sale hire [here], I can hear of no one wanting to buy

I will send in this your money and a ten dollar bill to Henry, which he sent by me to Col, [Colonel] R, White . I did not see him. I could not get John M Duffie 's business done in time to send by Ham ; if he enquires concerning it tell him when I have gotten the cetificate [certificate] I will envelop the writeings [writings] and send them by mail.

James M. [Monroe] Welcker



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Charles F. [Frederick] Welcker Esqr [Esquire]Mouth Poplar Creek Roane County



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