A letter written to William Crutchfield from his uncle, Andrew Lyle in Wetumpka, Alabama. He has returned William's watch and discusses a few points of business regarding potatoes and cotton. He also reports that his health has been poor. The back page was folded in such a way that a portion of it acted as the outer envelope. The letter is labeled "Business, Andrew Lyle" and is addressed to William Crutchfield in Jacksonville Alabama. It also contains inscriptions in pencil of addition problems and remnants of an orange, wax stamp.