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|Summary:||This is a letter from Robert Anderson to William Bell, referring to their legal transactions. It is dated July 24, 1847. Anderson writes that he received one slave, John, in good health. He agrees to keep him because of his bad eye sight. He also agrees to allow Bell to return another slave named Jack, as long as he is still in good health.|