Description: Copy of transcript for a letter from Humphrey Jackson to Robert Cartwright regarding Jackson's disapproval of Cartright's decision to proceed with the execution of the convicted, Capt. Carico, without waiting the customary ten days during which time the convicted may appeal his sentence. Jackson also expresses his opinion regarding the handle of Carico's property. Only sentence fragments are available for the second half of the document.
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