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Folder 72 Charles Nisbet to Alexander Addison, February 17, 1798

Nisbet continues to inquire about his alcoholic son who has stopped writing to him. He mentions a neighbor whipping a slave and Nisbet's wife and another woman successively trying to intervene. He asks Addison to use the enclosed twenty dollars to keep his son housed and fed.