Letter – John Bearl to John Bell – 11 Apr 1833

Document Type: Letter
Date: 11 Apr 1833
Correspondent: John Bearl
Recipient: John Bell
Archive Source: NRO 672 A 31 38
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Scott c Surtees


      On the 23rd of last Month I forwarded to you a statement of facts on behalf of my client Mr Scott conceiving that you would be kind enough to assist me in preparing a Bill to be filed against Mr Surtees.

      I fear that your other occupations may have prevented your paying attention to this matter.  I now trouble you with this to beg  - at your earliest convenience it may receive your attention – as I am anxious to avail myself of the benefit of the forthcoming <……>

      Remaining Sir Your very obed. Servt.

      	Jno. Bearl


5 Tokenhouse Yard 11 April 1833						

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