Letter from John M. Bernhisel, 8 March 1843

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Although I sincerely sympathised with you, I never entertained a shadow of a doubt of the final issue of the case— I deposited a letter in the post office today for President in which I desired him to pay the taxes on my land, lest it be sold— If he has not received my letter, will you be kind enough to say to him that he will greatly oblige me by paying the taxes at his earliest convenience— I hope to be prepared to take my departure from this the latter part of this month, or about the 1st of April—
With unfeigned respect I am yours in the ,
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Although I sincerely sympathised with you, I never entertained a shadow of a doubt of the final issue of the case— I deposited a letter in the post office today for President in which I desired him to pay the taxes on my land, lest it be sold— If he has not received my letter, will you be kind enough to say to him that he will greatly oblige me by paying the taxes at his earliest convenience— I hope to be prepared to take my departure from this the latter part of this month, or about the 1st of April—
With unfeigned respect I am yours in the ,
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