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[Page damaged] September 1819

Dear Sir, I take the liberty of writing you a few lines in favour of a young man by the name of William N Wesson who has been convicted of petit Larceny his family lived in Virginia and are now on thier [sic] way moveing [sic] to the Alabama State and have waited the [?] of his trial. It is more on account of a distressed father and a weeping mother that I ask you to pardon the young man than any other consider= ation for the whole family do really appear to be people of good character and respectibility. Your forgiveness will be pleasing to all the citizens of this place on accounts of the interests that they manifest the young mans family

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It will also greatly [page damaged] him (who are all petitioners) the prosecutor and the council on both sides.

You will pardon me for the liberty I have taken in writing to you on this subject.

With senitments of respect Yours &c

[J. L. Fullou?]

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Wm H. Wesson Petition for Pardon 1819 Roane Co

His Excellency Jos. McMinn Murfreesborough Tennessee

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