I want you to state to his Honor that I [guaranteed?] the [free?] use given to [??] that part [below?] the [?] [are?] No 15 given to [Brayton?] the lease given to me for a part of No 5. and the [wards?/works?] which I [?] by Sheriff [Jake?] of [?] the lots [aarrived?] to [S.?/A? phillifs for lots?] on canal say No 9 or 10 now arrived by D [?] [??] now [?] by [? Wilson] is now arived by Barnes and [?]
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