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This handwritten letter, dated December 13, 1860, is written from A. L. Sholinh to John P. Darden, concerning his intent to honor the deal they made about the sale of land. Sholinh goes on to say that he believes that they are all responsible gentlemen and should be able to hand this business and all do what is right but that if they cannot, he is willing to let the courts decide. He assures Darden that he intends to address Darden's concerns and will make sure that a lawful title is made.
Correspondence; Land sales; Deeds
Correspondence: 4 leaves
Mississippi State University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections Division, Manuscripts Unit, Darden Family Papers, Box 2, Folder 6, Correspondence, Personal, 1860-1889
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Darden Family Papers, Box 2, Series III, Correspondence, 1854-1944, Folder 6, Correspondence, Personal, 1860-1889, Archives and Special Collections Division, Mississippi State University