Letter – Thomas Richard Beaumont to Mark Skelton – 23 Jun 1793

Document Type: Letter
Date: 23 Jun 1793
Correspondent: Thomas Richard Beaumont
Recipient: Mark Skelton
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									June 23. 93

Dear Skelton,

Enclosed I send you Mr. Williamson’s opinion which he sent me on Friday last. I got yours last Night with the opinion of Mr. Phipps, if you wish me to shew it to Mr. Williamson; I shall see Mr. Blackett tomorrow and will ask him about the deeds. Mr. Marshall and Lady Wentworth were the <only> two Sisters of Sir Wm. Blackett that had any children – Mrs. Westcomb is the daughter of the Son of Mr. Marshall who was expressly left out in the Will – the estate being left to her children by any future Husband. Write by return of the post, and tell me what I am to do with the opinion. – I am 

Dear Skelton Yours most Sincy. 

Tho. Rd. Beaumont


Two Gentlemen have been at me from Hexham about the enclosure, Bell writes me word he will be here next Week, what is to be done about riding the Boundaries – you will act as you think best about Mr. Fearne’s opinion - 

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