Letter – Thomas Richard Beaumont to Mark Skelton – 15 Apr 1790

Document Type: Letter
Date: 15 Apr 1790
Correspondent: Thomas Richard Beaumont
Recipient: Mark Skelton
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								No. 39 Lower Brooke Street

								Grosvenor Square

									April 15th 90 –

Dear Skelton,

I have been with Mr. George this Morning, and have heard the Answer, which he will send you to Night. You must know whether Parker saw you taking down the particulars you sent me to Scarbro’, as I should think a good deal depends on that, you should be certain as to the out payments of 6. 0d extra – Jackson & Tweedale should be very exact as to their depositions, as you will see they are material Evidencies – we have been obliged to quit the Hotel we were in, the Man was arrested and on course we quitted his House – we have taken this House ready furnished & enter upon it to Night – Sir Thomas desires me to make his Compliments, and says he supposes you have heard from Mr. Thurabill respecting Lady Bute’s Business – We all go on in the mending way – and hope all your little Family are well. – we have constant engagements and on course always employed, we [have] taken this house for a Month, and Dr. Warren talks of sending us to Tunbridge Wells – The Baronet is all in good humour & everything goes as we could wish – he & the Ladies unite in their Compliments – 

I am Dear Skelton

Ever sincerely yours

Tho Rd Beaumont.

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