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|Summary:||The following document consists of two letters, the first of which is dated April 15, 1833 and is addressed to Joseph P. Brown from John Gill, Jr. In this letter, Gill asks Brown to inform him if a man by the name of James Jones had commented negatively on the character of Gill and his nephew. In his reply, Brown explains that the destitute business situation in his area has created much discord. He further explains the accusations made by Jones and others regarding Gill's character. Brown additionally remarks on business matters, and lists the names of people who have failed or retired from business.|