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To Mr Lanct. Brown at Lady Loraine’s Newcas. 18th Sept 1770 at Kirkharle Sir I have a Letter from Sir Walter Blackett mentioning that you have asked leave to shoot upon the Moors near Wallington; & desiring me to acquaint you that such leave from him will be a very bad precedent , as it must open a Gate to any Gentleman that will ask him. & that even the Gentlemen of the County have been so obliging as not to shoot upon those Moors but when he was at Wallington & they go out with him. Sir Walter bids me also acquaint you that he has stopt all work at Wallington till his return & gives me some directions, in respect of the trouble he has already given you, which I hope I may have an opportunity of communicating to you before you leave this part of the Country. I am etc HR
ie. 'Capability Brown'