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Pierce Butler requests "two or three hundred" dollars of John Ross, for "house use."
[recto] Dear Sir You have forgot me in the Bill business. I must have some money this week; as I want it only for House me two or three Hundred Dollars will answer my present purpose I will Draw the Bills if you say you can dispose of them I am Sincerely Yrs. P Butler Wednesday morn 21. Oct. 1795 [addressee] John Ross Esqr.
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Pierce Butler, John Ross, letter, money, 1795
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Butler, Pierce, "Letter from Pierce Butler to John Ross requesting money, 1795." (1795). Broadus R. Littlejohn, Jr. Manuscript and Ephemera Collection. 135.
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