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Unknown to Isaac Hite, September 26, 1842

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Baltimore Sept 24 1842

Messrs Hite & Burgess Gentlemen We have had none of your esteemed favours since your last — During the week have received from you flour as follows Viz on the 21 29 bbls [passed?] super which we hold with all the rest for future orders - In the last few days our flour market has improved a shade - sales have been made at 4 1/4 - but not to a very great extent — A rise is anticipated but we cannot calculate [illegible] it with certainty Our impression is that it will go say to 4 1/2 ╫ - but: we do not think it will continue at that — shall keep you advised of any change - Most Respectfully Your Friends C. [illegible] Co.