From the collection of Ivan W. MacKenzie, firstname.lastname@example.org, Transcribed by Dave Hunter.
Samuel Green, P.E. Island to Mr. Willard Broad, Merchant, Newcastle Mirimachi 11th August 1830
St. Eleanors, Prince Edwd Island Augt 11 1830
As President of the Prince County Agricultural Society, I am requested to write you on this subject of seeds, viz - can you supply us this fall with say from £ 10 to £ 15 worth of Red Clover, that kind called Cow Grafs and some White Clover and at what price per bbl, it must be such that you can warrant good and if the price suits us we shall remit the money with the order. - I am also requested to inquire of you if you think it good & well cleaned out will be in Tignish? this fall and if you can say what price they are likely to bear, as several of our Members could send a quantity if likely to pay. Your answer as early as possible will confer an obligation on you. ???? ????.
To: Mr. W. Broad, Esq.
Mr. George Green recommended us to you having had some conversation on the subject with you this spring. S.G.