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near Glasgow, John Bronlie his heirs and William Marshall merchant in Glasgow, I owe nothing but a months boarding to Thom Harnison, what Mr Goodrich can in reason for my feryage over and ye river whilst I have been here and 3pp & 10 s to Colonel Hill. I hope there shall be no need of this, But all things are uncertain, not doubting your care and fidelitio if need be, Recommends you to the protection of allrighteous God and Remains Rd Senior very humble and faithful servant whilst I am Cha : Hay Supirscribed. To Mr. Charles Anderson parson of Westipher [Westover?] in Charles City County in Virginia thes endorsed thus on ye back thereof

Tho [though?] this have not all the form alitios of a letter of Attorney yet it will the validitie[validated?] in Law take my friend Gilbert Hay your assistant and let him have for his paines.

Gilbert Hay aged forty years or there abouts deposes [testifies?] That some small time before the death of Mr Charles Hay I recieved the within written paper of the said Mr. Hay (with these words) Give this to Mr. Charles Anderson and he and you are to take care of my affairs as by bills and books you will find.Accordingly ye despondent delivered the same and believes it to be the writing mentioned by Thom: Harnison and Tho: Simons further your despondent sayeth not. Gil Hay Sworn in Court Zber 16 1695 (seal) James Minge CC Cur. Ordered by ye Justices that this oath be recorded. JM CC Cur

Thomas Harnison aged forty years or there abouts Thomas Simons aged thorty years of there abouts The said Harnison and Simons swear some 3 or 4 days before the death of Mr Charlie Hay deceased. These despondents with several others desired him to make his will. to which the said Hay replied I have done it already by a writing left with Mr. Charles Anderson only the goods I recieved of Mr. Robinson I order to be sold by Gill Hay and the effects to be returned to Mr Charles Anderson and further ye despondents say not. Sworn in Court 7ber 6 1695 Thomas T Harnison Thomas Simons Test James Minge CC Cur Ordered that this be recorded JM CCur

Mr Charles Hay being sick and weak but qualified according to human apprehention [apprehension?] & [illegible] sense, did make answer to certain proposals made relating to his temporal affairs as follows vir. It was asked Mr Cha: Hay what he would have done with Robinsons goods or the good recieved from Robinson? and his answer was