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Colonial and State Records of North Carolina
Letter from Abel Kolb to Henry William Harrington
Kolb, Abel
August 30, 1780
Volume 14, Page 580

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W___N___Pae Dee, 30th August, 1780.

D'r Sir:

I have got Mr. Murphey and Mr. Wm. Terrell to see You. As for purticklers, I have not paper Sifiant to Inform You. As Such I Shal Refer you to those Gentlemen. I have got about a hundred Good men—min that are Determond to Stand & Exaust themselves to the last Extrimety. I am in hops we shal Be abel to stand our Ground. Much Depends upon the men from Camp. We have nevour Recd aney purtickler act. from head quarters as yet. I Exspect to be on Lynses Creek with a party of men in a few days. I men not to Be Idell, tho' I am in But a low State of Health—the agos fervour Everey thurd Day. Sir, I Should Be glad you would Rite me by the Barere.

I Remain, with Res't,
Your Mo't Hu'l Serv't,
To B. G'l Herrington.