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Joseph has heard from his father and is glad he is in good health and employed. He still wants to talk with James to get his advice. It seems as though Mr. Haven is going to cheat him if he can. Joseph wants James to bring some papers concerning the deed and if he cannot come, send them with Father. He would like to borrow $15 but does not want James to send it with his father because he makes a fuss about such things. Abstract Number - 966
Finley Family Letters
Finley, Joseph M., "Letter from Joseph M. Finley to James B. Finley" (1833). Finley Letters. 953.