I thank you very much for replying to my last letter, it has relieved me of great anxiety, I never doubted your kindness in regard to the Land warrant, but thought it strange you did not answer my letters. I would have gone with Mr Johnston, but indisposition prevented me, I have been confined to my room nearly all winter with a violent cough. I will leave the papers in your hands, hoping when it is convenient to yourself you will oblige me by attending to it for me. Do you know Mr Samuel Keerll of your city? he
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