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William H. Beatty to Isaac Hite, November 14, 1835

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Middletown Va Baltimore 14 November 1835

Mr Isaac F Hite Dr [Dear] Sir Agreeably to your instructions Wager & OByrne have drawn on us for Amount of Charges against you for Charges on Plaster and Salt Amount $50" 50's which is to your Debit We have not as yet been enabled to [illegible] with an additional lott of good Plaster to purchase for you We have the pleasure of advising you that we made Sales of Flour on Thursday a $6.25 and to day a $6.31 each Sales including a separate Consignment of yours - Very Respectfully W. H. Beatty & Co