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Title:[Letter] 1842 May 24, Memphis, Tennessee [to] James Jones, Nashville, Tennessee / Eastin Morris : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author: Morris, Eastin
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Date: May 24, 1842
Extent: 2p
Summary:This document is a letter originating from Memphis, Tennessee, and written by Eastin Morris, the president of L&M railroad company. The subject of the letter is dissolved injunctions against the Lagrange and Memphis Rail Road. The purpose of the injunctions was for the state to secure a lien upon the company's property.
Collection:Governor James Jones Papers
Box:1
Folder:3
Document: sl618
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