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James Moore, Waterford, to Joseph Arthur, 1808 May 30

 Item — Box: Small Collections Box 27, Folder: 1
Identifier: id178912

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Autograph Letter Signed. 1 item. Moore tells Arthur that he is pleased that Arthur told him, in his last letter, that some missing iron had been found, and Moore believes that this is the very iron that was missing from his load, through the report of Stephen Henry. Moore hopes that legal issue of the missing iron can be handled quickly and quietly, without involving William Leeper. He also tells Arthur that he does not know when he will purchase more iron, seeing as he has not sold the current amount that he has, due to the effects of "Embargo" by David Janney. Also, Moore notes that he has paid a $70 bill to Adams and Wagner.


  • Creation: 1808 May 30


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