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Robin: Chancery Cause, Fauquier County (Part 3 of 4)

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Washington 4 November 1839 Jno. Mann, Esqr.

Dear Sir, I did not notice that my answer to you in [illegible] to providing for the removal of the slaves of the late Mr. Hunton to Liberia was not sufficiently [illegible] until the receipt of your favour of the 1st inst. I [illegible] in behalf of the [a.e.s.?] say that we will receive the slaves in question at the late residence of Wm. Hunton deceasd in the county of Fauquier State Virginia in December next & move them to Norfolk & embark them on board ship for Africa and that the [illegible] has made provisions for the [illegible] & for the comfortable removal of such of the said slaves of the late Wm Hunton as may elect to go to Liberia as well as for any other slaves similarly situated & who may elect to go to the number of one hundred. I hope [illegible] it may not be [illegible] to take them