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Fayetteville N.C. Feby 30- 1844 Dear Unkle,

I tak this oportunity of writing you a few lines to inform you of my health and business my health is good at this time and Truly hope when this may reach you that it may find you and family enjoying the blessings of good health and doing well as to my part happiness is left with me in this World. Dear Unkle Barthus I know that I have done wrong all the days of my life though I still hope that there will be a time when I can enjoy the pleasure of your company in hapiness. I have had a disagreeable turn ever since I left you, I don't want you to be uneasy about what I owe you. I know that I am in debt to you and if I live you shall be paid all that I am indebted to honestly with interest So do not rest uneasy on [illegible] on my a/c for you shall not loose nothing on my accord Unkle I have many troubles to encounter with since I saw you and my hapiness of this World is gone I do not expect to see you in a long time I wrote to Brother John a few days ago and gave him the power to sell my property to suit and satisfy himself though dont be uneasy I know that. I am able and willing to pay you all that I owe you. You know that I must have money before I show you my [illegible] and that is my determination to do so though I have as great [illegible] for you as unlucky in the World. My love to Aunt and Little Cousins - Wm. B. Crawley

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