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Sir
 
Sir
I have loss no time that I could possibly apply to my finishing the survey of Prince William, but whether I can get a fair plan of it before ye court of Oyer, is what I cannot promise considering that ye duty of my office will oblige me to be (if I am able) in Caroline all next week. I have had a feavr. Every afternoon since [essex?] Court, which is some times very severe, and my tasks are such as will allow me no time to take proper remedys
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I have loss no time that I could possibly apply to my finishing the survey of Prince William, but whether I can get a fair plan of it before ye court of Oyer, is what I cannot promise considering that ye duty of my office will oblige me to be (if I am able) in Caroline all next week. I have had a feavr. Every afternoon since [essex?] Court, which is some times very severe, and my tasks are such as will allow me no time to take proper remedys  
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I wish health to you and yours and sir
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Your most humble servant
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Ro Brooke
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May 24, 1737

Revision as of 19:26, 28 October 2018

Sir I have loss no time that I could possibly apply to my finishing the survey of Prince William, but whether I can get a fair plan of it before ye court of Oyer, is what I cannot promise considering that ye duty of my office will oblige me to be (if I am able) in Caroline all next week. I have had a feavr. Every afternoon since [essex?] Court, which is some times very severe, and my tasks are such as will allow me no time to take proper remedys I wish health to you and yours and sir Your most humble servant Ro Brooke

May 24, 1737