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Mr. Stephen Cornwall I will thank you to Inform your Brother that as I do not wish to Ruin his family I will Leave his and my Suit and all other matters Between me and old Idleand the Dispute coming Hagars freedom to three or five men [Lawyers?] draw writings so then no witness need to attend, I shall be at [Colo?] Abner Jones tonight and Cross fox Creek Gap tomorrow night or next Day and day before at Shelby Jameses on Wednesday or may be over taken at Cape Dicksons tomorrow they Both must be sensible under all circumstances that cannot make any thing out of me Taking the Brimstone plott and [illegible] [log?] toher this is the Last offer I will make
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Mr. Stephen Cornwall I will thank you to Inform your Brother that as I do not wish to Ruin his family I will Leave his and my Suit and all other matters Between me and old Idle and the Dispute Concerning Hagars freedom to three or five men Lawyers and draw writings So then no witness need to attend, I shall be at Colo Abner Jones tonight and Cross fox Creek Gap tomorrow night or next Day and may be found at Shelby Jameses on Wednesday or may be over taken at Cape Dickenson tomorrow they Both must be Sensible under all Circumstances they Cannot make any thing out of me Taking the Brimstone plott and [illegible] others  this is the Last offer I will make Your Compliance will oblige P. Gaines
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Latest revision as of 16:28, 4 December 2019

Mr. Stephen Cornwall I will thank you to Inform your Brother that as I do not wish to Ruin his family I will Leave his and my Suit and all other matters Between me and old Idle and the Dispute Concerning Hagars freedom to three or five men Lawyers and draw writings So then no witness need to attend, I shall be at Colo Abner Jones tonight and Cross fox Creek Gap tomorrow night or next Day and may be found at Shelby Jameses on Wednesday or may be over taken at Cape Dickenson tomorrow they Both must be Sensible under all Circumstances they Cannot make any thing out of me Taking the Brimstone plott and [illegible] others this is the Last offer I will make Your Compliance will oblige P. Gaines