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Wiatt: Chancery Cause, Campbell County (Part 2 of 7)

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Mt Evergreen Apl 7th 1860 Dear Alex I expected to have heard from you concerning the bond which I am required to give before carrying off Woods negroes for which I wrote last week to you. In the absence of it I [send?] you a bond written & syned by my Father which is [strict?] enough & I hope will be sufficient. If not please send me such a one as will be satisfactory to the Court for [synation?]. Mr. Speed informed at our court there the negroes by their own will and advice of Mr. [Murrell?] had concluded to remain here until after Supr Court in Campbell expecting to get their money and wished to know what I have to say or agree to. Upon mature reflection after seeing Mr. Christian Comm atty & I [hapened?] Mr. S that I could not consent to the arrangement. For my obvious [reasons?] Having given my bond & being "Authorized to carry them it is my [bounden?] duty to do so as early as practicable. 25th no good will wait for