Letter, William Ewing to John Bills, circa 30 November 1843

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Major John Bills,
The foregoing opinions constitute my reason for refusing to issue the Warrants in your favor— I am not satisfied myself entirely, of the correctness of the opinions of the Attys General. If you should be dissatisfied with the decision, I would advise you to raise the question before the Supreme Court which will be in Session on the 2nd. Monday of December. I am the more desirous that this should be done, because I wish to be satisfied whether I was correct or not in issuing warrants to you in the Spring. Be pleased to advise me on the subject
Respectfully
Auditor
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Major John Bills,
The foregoing opinions constitute my reason for refusing to issue the Warrants in your favor— I am not satisfied myself entirely, of the correctness of the opinions of the Attys General. If you should be dissatisfied with the decision, I would advise you to raise the question before the Supreme Court which will be in Session on the 2nd. Monday of December. I am the more desirous that this should be done, because I wish to be satisfied whether I was correct or not in issuing warrants to you in the Spring. Be pleased to advise me on the subject
Respectfully
Auditor
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