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Mr B. July 13th 1827 I shall take care to provide six beds at Allendale town for yourself and friends in the 12th August which is on a Sunday. I am extremely glad you are coming to the moors as I understand <Mr> Ruddock intends shooting without leave (he says at the seven springs) on the 12th. He grounds his right to shoot from the <allotment>. he has upon the Common and says he is determined to try his right and would not accept leave if offered to him … The tradespeople who want accts of Mr Ge Bt are getting very troublesome. It will require £1,000 to carry me on until Xmas. Mr Lee sent me a bill for £100 to pay for the blood mares in Yorkshire which I have settled for and I expect they will be sent to York and sold. There still remains accts to the amount of £500 and upwards to settle.