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

John Chevillette

We are in great want of writing paper.

History, Letters,

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

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