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Letter of William Beverley, 1739 June 15.

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Essex June 15th 1739 Dear Sir Next court I will move our court to record My Lord's power of attorny and you shall have it as soon afterwards as may be. I have been very unwell ever since I've had the pleasure of your company being seldom 2 days clear of a fever. We heartily wish you with your [illegible] and family perfect health. I am with great truth Dear Sir Your most obedient humble servant W Beverley [lower right corner] fgn m av

June 16, 1739 Then rec'd the Sum of Twenty Six Pounds curr'y no part of a futher Demand due from the Rt. Honb.The Lord Fairfax per Benja. Winslow Pd £26:-:- Himself as above 12:17:2 Capt Jo:Taylor 15:13:6. Wm Sydenham Cr £50:-:- By Mr Savage 23:3:8 [total] 73:3:8