Letter from Unidentified Author, 6 May 1844

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May 6th 1844
Dr Sir
The gray mare I bought of you strayd from me the night after I got home— I have heard from her on her way back— I suppose she has taken her course down the & you will probably see her back to your before the reception of this letter if she is not taken up on the road— I wish should she return you will would have the goodness to inform me as soon as convenient—
I got home safe & found my family & friends well— I gave your views of Government to Mr Dixon he says he is well pleased with the doctrine therein contained & much obliged to you for the pamphlet
your boat is 1 miles below here but your men are loading a Keel boat here with corn— Our court is now in session your cause has not yet come on— your witnesses are here—
Please make my co[m]pliments to [&] say [to] her that Mrs [2 words illegible] [her happy][illegible][page torn] [p. [1]]
May 6th 1844
Dr Sir
The gray mare I bought of you strayd from me the night after I got home— I have heard from her on her way back— I suppose she has taken her course down the & you will probably see her back to your before the reception of this letter if she is not taken up on the road— I wish should she return you would have the goodness to inform me as soon as convenient—
I got home safe & found my family & friends well— I gave your views of Government to Mr Dixon he says he is well pleased with the doctrine therein contained & much obliged to you for the pamphlet
your boat is 1 miles below here but your men are loading a Keel boat here with corn— Our court is now in session your cause has not yet come on— your witnesses are here—
Please make my compliments to [&] say [to] her that Mrs her happypage torn [p. [1]]
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