George Wm. Ivory to Isaac Hite, October 15, [year?]
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Oct'ber [2?] 1832
I have received your acceptable letter but a day or two since, to which I hasten to reply, at the first [leasure?] moment. You have expressed a wish to farm my stallion Galtram for the succeeding year. If Galtram should be in this country next spring you shall have the refusal of him. You shall have as requested his pedigree - to enable you to determine whether or not it will be advantageous to you to take him. The following is his pedigree. "Galtram was got by Sir Alfred here by the imported horse Sir Harry, one of the best sons of Sir Peter [Teagle?]: his dam Lady Chesterfield by old [Hiomed?]. (For further particulars see the Turf Register)