Letter – Thomas Richard Beaumont to Mark Skelton – 24 Apr 1786

Document Type: Letter
Date: 24 Apr 1786
Correspondent: Thomas Richard Beaumont
Recipient: Mark Skelton
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								Turin  April 24 1786 

Dear Sir,

I was favoured with yours Last Night dated 4 April, from Venice; and am very sorry to find that I am likely to Lose part of my Estate, and could have wished it had been settled in my Father’s time, however am much obliged to you, for the trouble you have had, and make no doubt but you will do everything in your power for me; I would have you have the best opinion you can respecting the business. I will most certainly be Home in September if not before, but am afraid I can’t conveniently before, but any letters directed to me chez Mr. Peregeaux á Paris, will find me. I don’t know of any Friend that I have that I can apply to on such an Occasion, but Mr. Beaumont I have wrote to him this post. With respect to the Child, I would have you settle that in the best manner you can, Fisher mentioned he had some papers but don’t recollect his saying that they were of such consequence, he said he would let you see them in my absence, and when I return’d we might consult about them. I shall be glad to hear from you from time to time as I shall be in Paris next Month. My respects for Mrs. S. & Family. When you see Sir Tho. & the rest of the Gentlemen please to present my Compliments to them and thank them.

I am Dear Sir,

Yours most sincerely

Tho Rd Beaumont

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