New Orleans. Dec. 11.1846- Mr. Aaron Spell, Lexington, Miss- Dear Sir- Yours of 13th ulto. was duly rec'd by mail and its contents having been duly considered and submitted to Mr. Nathan: Under his instruction I proceed to reply:- That at no time has any request or indulgence been refused you hitherto; in consideration of the great blight that has befallen the crops the present season, and your exertions to do what is right, and my testimony in your behalf, he will accede to your proposition; and will wait another year for you to close your indebtedness:- and that you now have timely notice must put your shoulder to the wheel, and be prepared to close the business there without fail. The original promises made you of conveying such of the property as you may be able to retain, in the manner you pointed out shall be carried into effect:- Meantime it is particularly requested that your crops be immediately ginned and sent forward as prices are about as favorable as we may reaso
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