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Title:[Letter] 1806 Nov. 6 [to] James Winchester / Alex Alexander: a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Alexander, Alex

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Date: November 6, 1806
Extent: 2p
Summary:This is a letter from Alex Alexander to General James Winchester, dated November 6, 1806. Alexander owes money to Winchester. He explains that he is working for General Andrew Jackson, but still does not have the money. Alexander asks if Winchester would be willing to take property instead.
Collection:James Winchester Papers

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Nov. [November] 6th 1806
Genl. [General] Winchester,

Sir I recd [received] yours wishing to know where I was and what prospect of receiving your pay from me I am in the employ of Genl A [Andrew] Jackson , in his distillery and Shall be during this season, I have not cash at present but if you will take property I can make you payment, at any moment, if that will not suit you, I hope you [added: wait] will a little untill [until] I can have a little time to make the money, when you shall receive it honourably [honorably]

I am Sir
Alex Alexander

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Genl James Winchester
[added: A. Alexander
6 Oct [October] 1806]

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