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George writes to tell Finley that the amount of the land tax will be $10. He has inquired of Mr. Eaton, the tax receiver, about taking the tax money after the appointed time for collection. George mentions that George Bridgman is "doing right" with his 10 acre lease, but Frederick Bridgman has not fulfilled his contract (land cultivation). George would like Finley to come next spring for the dedication of the new meeting house. Abstract Number - 352
Finley Financial Affairs; Canonsburg
George, Richard, "Letter from Richard George to James B. Finley" (1849). Finley Letters. 550.