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Title:[Letter] 1812 Apr. 26 [to] Thomas McNeal, Duck River / David Hutcheson : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Hutcheson, David

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Date: April 26, 1812
Extent: 3p
Summary:The following document is a letter dated April 26, 1812, from David Hutcheson to Thomas McNeal in Duck River. Hutcheson writes of business matters and debts that are due to him.
Collection:Historical Genealogical Documents

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Mr Thomas McNeal Tennessee State Duck River

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Dr [Dear] friend Nothing has occured [occurred] in my family

Dr [Dear] Sir [unclear: I am in grate [great] ne many ]

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Indian Land April the 26th 1812
Friend Thomas/

I Recd. [Received] a Letter you sent by Capt [Captain] Leatch Directing me to give him Doctor Hendersons large Note he has not yet cld [called] for it but it is ready for him when he dos [does] no part of it being yet paid to me I have Recd [Received] no money for you since I wrote last and I dont know if God knows when I will Money never being Scarcer since I first began to collect Cotton is now selling in Charleston at five Dollars pr. [per] Hundred Expecting how the time would be I put what was remaining of your Debts in suit before Last cost viz a Remainder of about 24 Dols. [Dollars] of David Wilsons Note about [unclear: of ] of sum: Hutchesons but no Judge attending of course we had no cost which puts the busnes [business] back six Months about 20 Dollars of a Remainder on Doctor Hendersons Note which I expect he will soon pay 9 Dollars of Robt [Robert] Andersons note I know not how to get these two I have not sued James Johnston I sued long since Recd [Received] 4 Dollars & I Doubt will get no more— Isaac Garrisons oldest Daughter is Married to George Wilson a taylor [tailor] by trade I suppose you formerly know him I belive [believe] I have nothing more to add but that we are all well and that I am and will ever be in the most comprehensive sense thy friend

David Hutcheson
Mr. Thos. [Thomas] McNeal
Remember me to your sister & Write to me

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