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Letter of John and Mary Ashlin, 1711/1712 Jan. 4.

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to remember to Write to him to Send word about the Circumstances of John Pettifer by reason he in Indebted to your Sisters Husband 10£ Mr Joseph I took the abovesaid Instructions from your Mother which you may prceive is for you to Send word in your next in what Circumstances John Pettifer is in he being Indebted to your Sistors Husband Samuel Pettifer his Brother the Sume of Tenn Pounds I am Yor Assured ffriend Tho Wellings

[another panel] Letter to J A Living 1711 Probably sent to Executive as having no sufficient address.