Letter from William Van Deusen to Alden Partridge, 29 September 1831.
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Letter from William Van Deusen to Alden Partridge, 29 September 1831 page 4 judges purchase of an estate which demanded all his personal attention Wm Van Deusen was conferred on the 11th [illegible] with a fine little daughter The together with my mother [illegible] and Mrs.[Lerner?] family all [illegible] To be particularly remembered Be to remember me kindly also to Mr. and Mrs. [illegible] Very respectfully [illegible] Yours sincerely Wm Van Deusen P.S. In the action against George W. Stanley I have [illegible] in the declaration, the best to be of the value of $100 the [illegible] S50 If I have not paid them high enough, you have come to inform me I will have the declaration amended The bill of sale was executed by you
to Mr. [illegible] of the above article, as the 28th day of July 1831.