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Letter from Jacob Mohler to John Newton.

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sold too) I would much prefer, as I would rather the stocks were converted into money at once as I am disappointed in how [sic] a final decree at this Court - i.e. if the stocks can be sold at a fair price at present - Will you be kind enough to write to me as soon as convenient on this subject - My main cook died recently and I wish to purchase another for which of course I will have to pay cash I would be glad if you would also give me some information on the subject of the Texas bonds that are in the hands of a Washington banker for adjustment - the amt and the probability of collection - and any other information you may think proper. Very respectfully yours &c. J Mohler

[vertically at bottom] Jacob Mohler Recd July 7th 1855