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Dear Kitte My servt spoke this day to Simson the Carriers man that has driven his horses for some months past to & from London he Declares possitively that at that time he had no box from the Clerks of the Warehouse directed for me and that I may soon satisfie my self whether he has had the box or no tis but your going to the Warehou[se] & Desireing the book keeper to shew you the book and the Copy of the bill of p[ar]cells that was sent by Simpson the Carrier on that day of the month & if it was in his bill of p[ar]cels he is willing to pay for the box & what was in it if not the warehouse keeper must make it good It & shall cost me a hundred pounds before I be Cheated betwixt a Couple of Knaves so let no stone be unturnd to find out their Knavers & shall willingly be at the Charge of it, I hope you rec[eive]d mine of the 10th shall send you an order for some goods in a little time I Designe to send my servt to Yorke some day this week & shall send the bill by him to Sr Wm Robinson but as I wrote you before do very much Question the paym[en]t of it Your poor sister Wise is so very dangerously Ill that Doctors Dispairs of her recovery, God almighty prepare us all for that great Change with my blessing to you I am Your most Affect[ionate] father I long to hear w[ha]t you have done with the Warehouse Keeper
Undated but between letters of 16th and 17th. 17th assumed here.