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Title:[Letter] 1815 Jun. 30, Nashville, Tennessee [to] J[ames] Winchester, Cragfont, Tennessee / Jo[natha]n Anderson : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Anderson, Jno.

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Date: June 30, 1815
Extent: 2p
Summary:This is a letter from Jonathan Anderson to James Winchester, dated June 30, 1815. Anderson is writing on behalf of the Bank of Nashville. He is explaining to Winchester why the bank will not take his North Carolina bank notes.
Collection:James Winchester Papers

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Nashville Bank June 30th 1815
General J [James] Winchester
Dear Sir

We cannot give Nashville Bank notes in exchange for North Carolina Notes___ From persons in Business who deposit the cash they receive of every description, North Carolina state bank notes are taken in deposit, and even in this way are extremely inconvenient to us,_____ In no other way can we receive such notes, and we avoid them every way as much as possible

very respectfully
your Obedt [Obedient] Servant
Jno Anderson Cashr [Cashier]

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Jno AndersonCashierNashville Bank
General J Winchester Cragfont Tennessee

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