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23d. 1796 Dear Skelton, I suppose before this time the Rent Day is over and that every thing was conducted with satisfaction to all. Enclosed I send you a letter I this morning received from Mr. Jackson, I do not see how any person can undertake what he says, to allow the Girls 30£ a Year over & above the Rent, and when they come of Age to resign the possession – the letter is wrote in a pedantic style and without giving in any Name - do make some enquiry about this Matter, and tell me what you advise. Yours sincerely Tho. Rd. B.
The month in which this letter was written is deduced from the content in relation to the sequence of letters in this correspondence. The enclosure referred to is the letter from Richard Jackson to T.R. Beaumont dated 20 Feb 1796.