Letter from Unknown 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 roads— 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 all your witnesses are here—
Please make my compliments to say to her that Mrs [3 words illegible] her happy◊◊◊◊◊ [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 roads— 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 all your witnesses are here—
Please make my compliments to say to her that Mrs her happy [p. [1]]
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