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I don’t doubt but we shall prove him unworthy in the opinion of any indifferent person, I never had any prejudice to Mr. Carter, nor cou’d I have thought before, that he wou’d so misbehave himself, and I am sorry to know it now, I hope your honr. will peruse and consider mine of the 9th instant, with what I writ on that head in mine of the 27th of July last. Not withstanding I was against the law, I expect yor. honr. has reason to give some credit to what I say pray sr. excuse me. We are willing the secretary may nominate whom he pleases to be in Mr. Carter’s room, enough are willing to undertake the office, so that his honr. may have great choice and I hope we shall have no occasion to be troublesome any more, as for my own part I’ll suffer much before I will, and I’m very sorry [that’lis?] my lot now, however I depend that your wisdom and goodness will pardon me, for with great respect sincerely, I am yor. Honrs. most humbl. and very obedient servt Edwin Conway October 10th 1732

Postscript I was not willing to expose Mr. Carter, if we cou’d be redressed with out;