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Letter of James Thomas, 1737 May 16.

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My Lord I am indebted to Mr. Charles Green seventeen pound thirteen and seven pence Currency Which I'm inform'd by his Lady your Lordsp [Lordship] is so good as to say you [to?] Answer my Draft for I acknowledge I have no Right to make any such Demand But if your Lordshp will favour me so I shall think myself bound to use my Utmost Endeavour to meritt the Kindness And shall always retain a gratefull sense of it I am your Lordships most obliged & obedient Hble. Servt James Thomas May 16th 1737 To The Right Honble Thomas Lord Fairfax