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At the Govers return home I humbly pray you to lay before his Hono: & Council of State the Affairs of Essex County
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At the Govers return home I humbly pray you to lay before
and what Dificultyes [fly?] under using ofice of sheriff place thee people’s inclinations are to great against the tobacco law that they have not meet [und?] [for?] pay their dues so all are [illegible] payd except such small part of his majesties, they further signifid their [disatisfac?] by burning [out?] of Mr. Bucknor storehouse with sound job. and his seal with so [ms.?] [Jans?] not capable having [recd?] no agents no aly nor gilly to pay his honod the govenor and Mr secretary nor no publicity nor county creditor [unless?] the law is put in execution by distress, they further signified their [low?] intention to the law by running away with their [job?] to buyers so up in near if not quit all sold, so the consideration is so great up on my part my credit estate and somthing [few?] perhapps more and allowable [illegible] at stake, consider w.t the goverm.t may prudently think relates to the country in [gon.ll?] [s.ts?] my stay hass been a [cong?] [illegible] as [illegible] and is being uncertain when I can go here should waits longer but hope you will lay the whole case before their hono.d [illegible]
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his Honor & Council of State the Affairs of Essex County
Se Yo: Most Humble Serv.t
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and what Dificultyes I ly under in my Office of Sheriff
Leo. Tarent  
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Place the Peoples inclinations are so great against
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the tobacco law that they have not meet me to pay
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their Dues so yt all are unpayd Except some small
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part of his Majesties, they further signifie their
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Dissatisfac'n by burning one of Mr. Bucknor storehouses
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with sound Tobo. and his [scal(e)s in it?] so yt. I am not
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Capeable haveing recd. no Agents Noats nor bills to
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pay his honor: the Govenor & Mr. Secretary nor no
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Publick nor County Creditor unless the law is put
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in Execution by Distress, They further Signifie their
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Evil Intention to the law by runing away with
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their Tobo. to buyers so yt: its near if not quit all
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sold, Sr. the Consideration is so great yt: on my
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Part my Credit Estate & something Else perhaps
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more valuable lyes at stake, besides wch: the
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Governt: may Prudiently think relates to the Country
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in Genll: Sr. my stay has been a long time at  [illegible]
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and it being uncertain when I Can be here should
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waite longer, but hope you will lay the whole
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Case before their Honors  I am
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Sr. Yor: Most Humble Servt.
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Leo: Tarent
 
April 15: 1715
 
April 15: 1715

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Sr. At the Govers return home I humbly pray you to lay before his Honor & Council of State the Affairs of Essex County and what Dificultyes I ly under in my Office of Sheriff Place the Peoples inclinations are so great against the tobacco law that they have not meet me to pay their Dues so yt all are unpayd Except some small part of his Majesties, they further signifie their Dissatisfac'n by burning one of Mr. Bucknor storehouses with sound Tobo. and his [scal(e)s in it?] so yt. I am not Capeable haveing recd. no Agents Noats nor bills to pay his honor: the Govenor & Mr. Secretary nor no Publick nor County Creditor unless the law is put in Execution by Distress, They further Signifie their Evil Intention to the law by runing away with their Tobo. to buyers so yt: its near if not quit all sold, Sr. the Consideration is so great yt: on my Part my Credit Estate & something Else perhaps more valuable lyes at stake, besides wch: the Governt: may Prudiently think relates to the Country in Genll: Sr. my stay has been a long time at [illegible] and it being uncertain when I Can be here should waite longer, but hope you will lay the whole Case before their Honors I am Sr. Yor: Most Humble Servt. Leo: Tarent April 15: 1715