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|Summary:||This document is a letter dated November 4, 1838, from William B. Bell in Dickson County, TN to his brother Samuel Bell in Cornplanter, PA. In the letter, William primarily discusses business matters related to iron works and farming. He explains that the dry weather has left the iron furnaces in Dickson County non-operational. He also comments on the increasing price of corn, which is expected to be between 75 cents and a dollar per bushel in the spring. William also expounds on other farming matters.|