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

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John Marr, Esq. Commissioner Warrenton, Virginia

Sir, It is with great pleasure that we now send our agent to receive from you under the decree of your court the slaves of the late William Hunton. We send by our agent either the money or authority to draw for the hundred & fifty dollars the price of Winny's husband. We have the satisfaction to assure you that we have abundant funds in hand to transport all these people with many others to Africa & we trust you will assist our agent in procuring a [illegible] transportation for them to this place. Our expedition will start for Africa