Letter – J. Wilson to Thomas Richard Beaumont – 13 May 1793

Document Type: Letter
Date: 13 May 1793
Correspondent: J. Wilson
Recipient: Thomas Richard Beaumont
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									13 May 1793

Dear Sir,

      W. Lee & his Brother called upon me this Morning to inform me that a Case is laid before the Attorney Genl. On Behalf of Sir John Trevalyon respect[in]g the Will of Sir Wm. Blackett & the Recoveries suffered by Sir Thomas Blackett in order as they suppose (but upon what Grounds they do not know) to take his Opinion whether or no Sir John is not intitled to the Estates devised by Sir Wm. Blackett’s Will. The Case is laid before the Atty. Genl. By Messrs. <Farrer> & Atkinson (in whose Office W. Lee either was or is) & they desired I wo[ul]d make you acquainted therewith which I promised them so to do tho’ I don’t see the Use of it as we don’t know upon what Grounds Sir John fancies himself intitled. 

      I hope you get well down Please to give my Duty to my Mother when you see her & tell her we are all well & I likewise beg my Respects to Miss Bedford & your Son & am 

      Dr. Sir Yours respectfully

      J. Wilson

Castle Street

13th May 1793

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