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Page 29. Document 763

Treasury
23 Dec 1839

My Dear Sir
I inclose a list of the Witnesses on
the back of the Bill, the marks against four
of the names import that I have not their
Examinations, and that I should be obliged by
having a copy of Each before I leave town. The
difficulty I felt upon being informed of the
service of the supplemental list of witnesses was
not confined to its being limited to some of
the prisoners only - It will be considered and
possibly I may have occasion to write to you upon it.
Your mode of Serving may for any thing I know to
the contrary be preferable to that which we adopted
nevertheless I do not despair of being able to prove
it
WTH Phelps Esq
Solr
Newport Monmouth

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