Letter – Charles Busby to John Webb – 14 Jun 1726

Document Type: Letter
Date: 14 Jun 1726
Correspondent: Charles Busby
Recipient: John Webb
Archive Source: PSAN Misc Vols
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Sr. 							June the 14th, 1726. 

	The Honor of yours to my Wife, I had owned long since, but differed the same in hopes to have given y'r Honor some agreeable News concerning Mr. Arth: R-fe, who, as I am told by Mr. Garlington, is now in tollerable good health, and goeing for London in about 3 Weeks ; which I am glad to hear, beliveing there may be many Snakes in the Grass where he bideth att present. Mr. Garlington has been many year's in my Lords ffamily, and liued with Mr. R fe some yeares here att Dilston, has been sent for to him severall times of late since his illness, and is now goeing to London with him, which I am glad of beliveing him to have a true Honor and regard for my Lord and his ffamily, so shall say all I am capable to him on this behalfe, as also recomend to him to go To Mr. Rodbourn when he comes to Town, as occasion requires for his advice, as he promises to do. However a Line f'm your Honor, if you are so pleased, to Mr. Garlington, may do more, then what an other can say or write. With the tender of myne and my Wifes most Humble Duty to your Honor, Lady Webb, my Lord and Lady Anne, 1 beg leave to remain 

	Yours Honors Ever most Duti- | full Obedient Humble Servant, 

		Char: Busby. 

For The Honorable Sr John Webb Bart att his House in Bruxells Brabant pd 4 
PSAN 3rd ser, Vol 7, (1915-6), p.159

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