1757, May 29, Letter 1

May it please your Excellency
I had the Hon. To writ your Excellency & m. Gray to which I refer. I have since nothing material to axquaint you with. I have Signd a Muster Rol to Capt.l Hohn Stuart, the Ball. Due to his Company to y 15 In_is 9262.3.4 The Goods sent by Your Excellency’s order to purchase ___________by M. Pickney have been carried of by Wall. Inclosed sent a list of Certificates Issued out by me sicne the last.

As I am in some want of money in Ch. Town I made bold to draw on y. Excellency _525. payable to M. William Glen for 5 Mo. pay due to me Yesterday, which I flatter myself you’ll be pleased to order payment for. I am respectfully

Your excellency’s

Most humble and most obedient

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History, Letters,

Lyttelton, William Combe Baron Thomas Lyttelton. Letters of the Late Lord Lyttelton. Philadelphia: Moses Thomas. 1812.

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