Letter – Anthony Watts to Mark Skelton – 26 Jul 1792

Document Type: Letter
Date: 26 Jul 1792
Correspondent: Anthony Watts
Recipient: Mark Skelton
Archive Source: WYAS BEA C3 B16 7
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								Quality Court 26th July 1792

Dear Sir

In the matter of A’s Will

      Since writing mine of Yesterday I have considered this Business as to the proving the Will in Chancery and as it is in all probability possible you may be concerned in the whole of this Business, that is, in <........ing> in the Ansrs.  etc for the Witnesses as well as filing the Bill, (the whole expence being to be paid by the person applying to prove the same) I think you had better send the full Instructions in the first Instance and then the Bill and Ansrs. may be drawn at the same time, in which case there being no Occasion for S p as to Answer, the Bill may then be filed and a Commission <Issued> to take the Ansrs. Immediately and the Business proceeded on as fast as Possible.

      I Remain Dr. Sir Your much Obliged & very humble Servt.

      Anth J Watts

PS. I hope you reced the Case safe 

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