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Given him & hi partners & I hope he dos not take it ill what I writ abt bills before let the ten[ant]es of Seaton Delavall See Sr. Jns. Answer, Ispecially those who he threatend. & made turn tenes. To him wch you See he possitively denys in his answer, & let me know what answer they give you, the Incl[ose]d. bill of £80 I Red acqt. me what you think the charge will amt. to put Seaton house in Repair occasiond. By the last Wind.
This letter is a fragment at the top of a page in the letter book. It will have been written in February or early March 1714. There is a considerable time gap between this and the letter at the bottom of the previous page in the book, which is also a fragment. However no pages appear to be missing from the letter book.