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Letter sent by Titian J. Coffey to Judge Thomas White on September 12, 1862. Coffey [who is Assistant Attorney General] is writing to White from the Attorney General's office in Washington, D.C. about matters they dealt with as legal partners in Indiana, Pa. He has just received Judge White's letter asking him to send the Kinter deposition. He will mail it to the prothonotary in Brookville, Pa. He expects a check for Kinter's note although an earlier check for $300 never reached him. He says he will attend to the Price matter but that he is far too busy to take care of it now. He suggests that White ask another lawyer to handle the matter.
Coffey, Titian James, 1824-1897, Correspondence. White, Thomas, 1799-1865.
Coffey, Titian J., "Letter from Titian J. Coffey to Thomas White, September 12, 1862" (1862). Indiana, Pennsylvania in the Civil War. 61.
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