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[[4 Columned Table]]
| 1 | Edmund | Cost | 316 |
| 2 | Ann | Cost | 171 |
| 3 | Wilbr | Cost | 185 |
| 4 | Luis | Cost | 320 |
| 5 | Jo | Cost | 295 |
| 6 | Peter | Cost | 356 |
| 7 | Ruth | Cost | 212 |
| 8 | Tom | Cost | 262-50 |
| 10 | [[Depcha?]] and child | C | 460 |
| 12 | Nelly & Milly | | 375 |
| 13 | William | Cost | 311 |
| 14 | William [[strikethrough]] Billy [[/strikethrough]] | [[strikethrough]] Cost [[/strikethrough]] | [[strikethrough]] 278 [[/strikethrough]] |
| 15 | [[strikethrough]] William [[/strikethrough]] | [[strikethrough]] Cost [[/strikethrough]] | -- |
|  | [[Rebram?]] | C | 231 |
|  | [[Anterny?]] | C | 244 |
|  | Jemmima | C | 300 |
|  | Ned | C | 250 | 

Ruth 1
Tom 2
Lucy 3
Depcha 5
[[strikethrough]] William [[/strikethrough]]
Wlles 6
Edmond 7
Jo Boy 8
Nelly 9
Milly 10
William 11
Ann 12
Peter 13
Billy 14
Louis 15
[[Joveard?]] 16

Richmond Madison Cy Ky January [[12?]] 1847
Dear Sir I received your letter dated Jan [[th?]] and [[?]] stating to mee that Hagin had started home on the fifteenth of last month with 14 or 15 negroes i think you ought to no at least how many head he started with not that i think that them will be any thing rong about it unlip Hagins should die on the way [[strikethrough]] and [[/strikethrough]] and not then unlip they should fall into the hands of a rascle to be taken cear of until we could get them Hagins sent mee word by young W. Arvin on his return home from hog driving that his horses had died and that he wanted money to redeam a negro boy that he had [[poned?]]for money to by horses with and for [[caepince?]] money i sent [[Josie Willis?]] fourth with with a big strong horse and money to redeam the Negro that he had to [[pon?]] for money i told Willis to redeam the boy on faint i got the [[nells?]] in the evening and i started Willis the next morning early and to travel day and night untill he met him the weather is very cold here as cold as i ever felt in my life i charged Willis not to let them travel untill the weather got better there is a goodeal talk from what i can learn among our friends here about your delay and they say the opinion is that you are bying of Negroes and that we had better be very cearful how we deal now sir i think the best [[peam?]] for us is for me and hagins to take the Negroes

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