Letter: James Nicholson, Warrington to L. Adams

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LETTER: James Nicholson, Warrington to L. Adams informing him that he does not think that W. Corbet Jones Parry would like a sale of the late colonel's effects to take place at Yale. He also brings up the question of assessing for waste and suggests the usual method of each party appointing an arbitrator. He asks what land was held within the estate and its state of cultivation, pointing out that any crop belongs to W. Corbet Jones Parry.

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