In the letter Smith discusses two orders for pea jackets: 53 jackets for his own servants and 20 for the servants of his sister-in-law, Mrs. D. A. Hall. The heights and waist measurements of each servant are given for both orders.
In the letter Mason and Dexter describe the climate, landscape, and business opportunities of the area: "No part of the United States offers greater encouragement to the adventurer, especially the agriculturist than Alabama. The country is yet new,...
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