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Dear Sir,
 
Dear Sir,
  
The Commissioner is in [illegible] [illegible] in making his account in Crawford [illegible] as to whether the [illegible] land encroaches on the R.R. any -  
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The Commissioner is in some doubt in making up his account in Crawford [illegible] as to whether the [illegible] land encroaches on the R.R. any -  
 
I understood you to say it did not.  Please write me at your earliest convenience when you can say about the matter and [greatly] ablige.
 
I understood you to say it did not.  Please write me at your earliest convenience when you can say about the matter and [greatly] ablige.
  
 
Yours very truly
 
Yours very truly
 
Wm. Patrick
 
Wm. Patrick

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Staunton, VA, May 14, 1879 Mr. Jas H. Callison

Dear Sir,

The Commissioner is in some doubt in making up his account in Crawford [illegible] as to whether the [illegible] land encroaches on the R.R. any - I understood you to say it did not. Please write me at your earliest convenience when you can say about the matter and [greatly] ablige.

Yours very truly Wm. Patrick