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Joseph is having trouble about a deed and would like James to o go with him to settle it, since he, Joseph, does not know much about the business. Joseph will pay James' expenses if he will come. Joseph says because of his health and the situation of his family, he will have to go at once. So if James cannot come, he would like James to get someone else who knows the business. Joseph also enquires as to where his father is. Would James find out and write? Abstract Number - 964
Finley Family Letters
Finley, Joseph M., "Letter from Joseph M. Finley to James B. Finley" (1833). Finley Letters. 951.