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Massanutten Page [illegible] 2nd Sept. 1854
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Massanutten Page Co Va
Dear sir
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2nd Sept. 1854
Some time ago I wrote to Mr. [illegible] for information on the  
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Dr [Dear] Sir
subject of our suit in the Court of  
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Some time ago I wrote to Mr. Sheffey for information on the subject of our suit in the Court of Appeals since which time I have reed
Appeals since which time I have [illegible]
 
 
a letter from both of you giving substantially
 
a letter from both of you giving substantially
the same information for  
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the same information for which I return my grateful acknowledgement. Could not some arrangement be made to procure a final decree
which I return my grateful acknowledgement.
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at the Circuit Court? For instance could not the commissioner to whom the matter will be again refered [sic] report during the session of the Nov term and in time that the judge may render a decree? I propound these questions  
Could not some arrangement
 
be made to procure a final decree
 
at the Circuit Courts? For instance
 
could not the commissioner to whom
 
the matter will be again [refered?] report
 
during the session of the [Nov?] [illegible] and
 
in time that the judge may render
 
a decree? I prepared these questions  
 
 
for your consideration and investigation
 
for your consideration and investigation
and hope that you will inquire into
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and hope that you will inquire into it. I had entertained the hope that the money
it. I had [illegible] the [illegible] that the [many?]
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necessary for the costs could be procured
[illegible] for the [illegible] could be procured
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from that source. I had expected to send you money before this time but the river is so low that it cannot be navigated, and
from that source. I had expected  
 
to send you [money?] before this
 
time but the river is so low that
 
it cannot be navigated, and
 

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Massanutten Page Co Va 2nd Sept. 1854 Dr [Dear] Sir Some time ago I wrote to Mr. Sheffey for information on the subject of our suit in the Court of Appeals since which time I have reed a letter from both of you giving substantially the same information for which I return my grateful acknowledgement. Could not some arrangement be made to procure a final decree at the Circuit Court? For instance could not the commissioner to whom the matter will be again refered [sic] report during the session of the Nov term and in time that the judge may render a decree? I propound these questions for your consideration and investigation and hope that you will inquire into it. I had entertained the hope that the money necessary for the costs could be procured from that source. I had expected to send you money before this time but the river is so low that it cannot be navigated, and