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Title:[Letter] 1816 Aug. 15, Oak Grove [to] James King, Rutherford County, [TN] / Ezekiel Moore, : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Moore, Ezekiel

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Date: August 15, 1816
Extent: 3
Summary:A letter written on August 15, 1816 from Ezekiel Moore in Oak Grove to his nephew James Moore King in Rutherford County, Tennessee. Moore writes of illness in his neighborhood and inquires about a horse.
Collection:James Moore King Papers Correspondence 1813, 1815-1817

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Ezkl. Moore — 1816
Mr James King
Rutherford County Tennessee
For[ward] by Mr. C. Hay
[added: Rutherford County Tennessee]

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Oak Grove Aug—15th 1816 Dr [Dear] Nephew

These lines leaves me in tolerable health my family is well, But the neighbourhood [neighborhood] is sickly at this time But hope these lines will find you well I have been making some inquiries about your horse Think he will do very well if [added: he] fulfills the Description of my information of him, there is several people seems anxious of hunting more this fawl [fall] and if you intend him to stand here next spring I think you had best bring him over as soon as posibly [possibly] you can and let him be seen by the people

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I also would be glad to see [added: you] before you go to Carolina I have some thought of going myself — if I can posibly of in my business so as I can leave it, or get John or Joe to go in with you, as I — [added: have] some Interesting business that calls me to go or see to it as early as posible

My Respects to your mother Captn [Captain] Butler & family & Enquirers [inquirers]

I am with due Respects Yrs &c [Yours and et cetera]
Ezekiel Moore

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