Letter from Elijah Miller to William Henry Seward, August 6, 1825

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Letter from Elijah Miller to William Henry Seward, August 6, 1825
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Distributor:Seward Family Digital Archive

Institution:University of Rochester

Repository:Rare Books and Special Collections

Date:1825-08-06

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Letter from Elijah Miller to William Henry Seward, August 6, 1825

action: sent

sender: Elijah Miller
Birth: 1772-04-11  Death: 1851-11-13

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receiver: William Seward
Birth: 1801-05-16  Death: 1872-10-10

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transcription: cnk 

revision: tap 2017-10-02

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Auburn 6th August 1825
[hole] Sir
In the suit agt. Shelters
Unknown
& Phelps
Unknown
, the
Note cannot be found, so that no
leg[ al ]
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Supplied

Reason: 
merit can be obtained or sound
effort assessed, the assessments in the other
suits are with this forwarded to Mr.
Williams
Birth: 1772-08-18 Death: 1833-06-29Certainty: Probable

See if the court decided last May
Term at this Town my Eject Suit agt.
[hole] for the Dryden
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Land
John S. Tallmadge
Birth: 1798 Death: 1825-10-17
O.C Atty for
Ph Roberts
Unknown
but on the
service of motion of trial
for a statement of the due
to you in a Relicta & I sent it
to him & expect he will forward
the Relicta —
Family are all well
Yours
E. Miller
W. Seward Esq
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Wm A Seward Esq.
Utica

[bottom Margin]
Unknown
Received August 7th. 1825 of William H. Seward five dollars
[hole] full of all demands
Martin Freeman
Unknown

6th Aug. [hole]