To Charles R. Welles 
Dear Sir Sept. 27. 1852.
I am in a little trouble here. I am trying to get a decree for our ``Billy the Barber''  for the conveyance of certain town lots sold to him by Allen, Gridly and Prickett.  I made you a party, as administrator of Prickett, but the Clerk omitted to put your name in the writ, and so you are not served. Billy will blame me, if I do not get the thing fixed up this time. If, therefore, you will be so kind as to sign the authority below, and send it to me by return mail, I shall be greatly obliged, and will be careful that you shall not be involved, or your rights invaded by it. Yours as ever A. LINCOLN