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    A letter from Mr. Notnagel and Mr. Monmolin to Andrew Buchanan discussing various shipments and asking for Mr. Buchanan's complete confidence and trust in their affairs. The author is suspicious of someone betraying their business, telling Mr. Buchanan that they do not wish to speak further on the matter even though they trust him. An account held by Augustin Deneufville and Mr. Wiscart is mentioned, and the authors also inquire about shipments from Mr. White, of which they have not received news. Although the items being shipped are not mentioned on the first page, the conclusion of the letter thanks Mr. Buchanan for his information about grain prices and references a shipment of corn. A postscript says that because there has been no response to the last letters, the author would like to cancel his shipments.
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