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Allen's Affairs 1768

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1983-001-04

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Addressed to

Charles Moore Esq.

at his House

in St James’s Street

Westminster.

 

The reverse of this E. L. has a straight line BATH mark and a Bishop Mark dated 8 / MA  and the front is annotated that the letter was received on 9 May.

 

Bath

May 6, 1768

Dear Sir,

 

 

 

 

If I had thought of troubling you to hold a Court on Thursday next, be afsured I should notwithstanding the hurry I was in, have sent you an immediate answer to your last Favour.

Mr Scott has gone through Allen’s Affair I believe extremely well. So as you do but let me hear from you, I care not what Tackle you make Use of.  Mr Haviland sets an high that is true Value on your excellent Ancestor’s Print.  We have had and still have a great Number of Persons now; it is said £7000.  Mr Caulet who officiated as an Afsistant to Mr Nash, still acts as Master of the Ceremonies, he is old, but being of French Extraction he will be lively ad Finum.

                                    I am,

                                                Dr. Sir,

                                                            Your faithful Friend, G Scott

P.S.

Our best prospects attend

Yourself and Lady.