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Letter from William Patrick to Fannie W. Christian.

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WM. PATRICK, Attorney-at-Law Staunton, Va., [blank] 18[ ]

Fannie Christian came of age March 15th 86 Debt. $445.00 Int.fr. Feby. 25th 82 to Feby. 25th 83 26.70 [subtotal] 471.70 Int. to Feby. 25th 84 28.30 [subtotal] 500.00 Int.to Feby. 25th 85 30.00 [subtotal] 530.00 Int. to June 10th 85 9.27 [subtotal] 539.27 Credit. 80.00 [subtotal] 459.27 Int. to Feby. 25th 86 19.51 [subtotal] 478.78 Int.to March 15th 86 1.44 [subtotal] 480.22 Int. to Oct.20th 87 46.10 [subtotal] 526.32 Credit. 50.00 [subtotal] 476.32 Int to June 25th 88 19.53 [subtotal] 495.85 Credit 100.00 [subtotal] 395.85 Int. to July 24th 88 1.98 [subtotal] 397.83 Credit. 108.57 [subtotal] 239.26 Int. to Aug.30th 88 1.73 [subtotal] 290.99 Credit. 100.00 [subtotal] 190.99 Int. to Mar.19th 90 17.76

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