Letter – Anthony Watts to Mark Skelton – 24 Jun 1793

Document Type: Letter
Date: 24 Jun 1793
Correspondent: Anthony Watts
Recipient: Mark Skelton
Archive Source: WYAS BEA C3 B5 10
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Dear Sir/

No. <82> Hatton Garden 24th June 93

      I this morning reced yours and will send the <De: Po[sition]:> by tomorrow’s Post if possible – it being a Seal Day in the Court of Chancery but the notice is short – 

      You may have Mr. Milner examined in Town If you please but if he is so examined there must be another set of Interr[ogator]y’s Ingrossed for the Country Witnesses, but which may be done or in fact the Wit[nesse]s may be examined in as many places as there is People if you choose to be at the Expence, I shall be obliged to you to inform me where Mr. Milner is to be examined here that I may attend him.

      I am Dr. Sir

      Your very hble Servt.

      Anth J Watts
Recipient not stated but presumably, from context, Mark Skelton

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