Harding3

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Friday night September 28th 1860

Genl Wm A Blount
I Receive your letter on wensday
an am Glad to hear youar inproving
I have bin giting of your corn this
weeak I have deliverd 290 Barrls
an ther is a bout 130 Barels made of the
white corn I exspect a boat down
on munday four the balance of
the white corn
I do not now wethe mr myers
has Sold the yellow corn or not
I Shall Send over to town to morow
to no ther is sverl of your neg=
res laid up Sick or Pretending to be so
I have de turmd to Stop ther meat
this weeak an applay the cow hide
next four I think that will dwo
mour good than Dr king =
I comencnd picking cotton last
Friday I have picked over 70 acors
an have got 11.9.53 pownds
Punkins scars Peas backword Potates
Sorry they all depnd on whether we
have earley or late fall
Mrs Harding Says She will cum down
one day next weak an se what you have
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In the Shape of c[l]outh four negrs cloth
my self an Famley ar all well
the children Says give ther love
an all the chidren an Say they want
to See you all very mutch

Thos G Harding

Date: 
September 28, 1860

Author(s)

Residence (County): 
Beaufort County, NC

Recipient(s)

Rank: 
Major General

From

From State: 
North Carolina
From County: 
Beaufort

To

To Note: 
Not listed

Transcription/Proofing Info

Transcriber: 
Michael Ellis
Transcription Date: 
February, 2011
Proof Date: 

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