I am sorry to trouble thee so with my business. I hope thee will look over my writing to thee today on business for I did not know what else to do. Will thee be kind enough to take the money out of the bank tomorrow morning and leave it with Mrs. Cope so Margaret can get it when she comes after it the reason I want it in the morning is there is a large bill of goods to come here in the morning and I am to pay for them. I would be glad if thee can get the notes in 50 and 100 dollar notes,
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