Giles County Tennessee
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I Want Immediate Action ~ 1839
Copyright © 1998, Frederick Smoot. All Rights Reserved.

Red circular handstamp postmark: Pulaski, Ten, Dec 21
Red handstamp: Paid
Manuscript rate: 10

Addressee: Wm B. Parsons, Esq.
(Parsons and Hopkins)
Huntsville, Ala

Pulaski 29th Oct. 1839

Esq. Parsons
Enclosed is a bill for board and tuition of Edw Rogers in Fayetteville Tenn. agt. Mrs R. now of Friana [?]. I want immediate action to avoid the Statues of limits. Edward lives at the drug store a few doors below Scott’s Auction room & has acknowledged the justice of the act. as we margin the act.

Please proceed immediately & let me hear if any further evidence is needed Yet to be added from time sworn to.

Yours Truly
Signed: J. T. Davis

Docket: J. T. Davis Ans.
2d Nov.
1839 - Informed
that he must
give Security for costs,
if he wishes us to
bring a suit. - - -

Second Docket: Ch. Box 33

From the Collection of Frederick Smoot
Provenance: Collector “A”

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