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Dear Isaac I have received your acceptable letter but a day or two since, to which I hasten to reply, at the first [illegible] 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 [illegible] as requested his [illegible] 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 [illegible] by the imported horse Sir harry one of the best sons of Sir Peter [illegible] his [illegible] Lady Chesterfield by old [illegible. (Tom Justis particulars see the Turf Register)
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OcDear Isaac I have received your acceptable letter but a day or two since, to which I hasten to reply, at the first [illegible] 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 [illegible] as requested his [illegible] 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 [illegible] by the imported horse Sir harry one of the best sons of Sir Peter [illegible] his [illegible] Lady Chesterfield by old [illegible. (Tom Justis particulars see the Turf Register)

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OcDear Isaac I have received your acceptable letter but a day or two since, to which I hasten to reply, at the first [illegible] 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 [illegible] as requested his [illegible] 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 [illegible] by the imported horse Sir harry one of the best sons of Sir Peter [illegible] his [illegible] Lady Chesterfield by old [illegible. (Tom Justis particulars see the Turf Register)