Letter – Anthony Watts to Mark Skelton – 25 Jan 1793

Document Type: Letter
Date: 25 Jan 1793
Correspondent: Anthony Watts
Recipient: Mark Skelton
Archive Source: WYAS BEA C3 B5 10
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Dr. Sir/

Hatton Garden 25th Jany 1793

The Parcel containing the <Re..> to Mr. Lee was sent on the 21st Inst. from hence, which I hope you have Reced. If not, I trouble you herewith to inform you the same was sent as above directed to be left at Mrs. Ropers Barnsley as usually done, Mrs. Bosvill’s Ansr. Is not yet come in but I hourly expect it, And will send the Interrogatories and Comm[issio]n  as soon as possible.

I Remain Dr. Sir

Your very hble Servt.

Anth J Watts

[on verso:]

Mr Skelton, Attorney at Law, Birthwaite Hall, Near Wakefield, Yorkshire

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