Letter – Edward Collingwood to Bishop of Durham – 19 Sep 1742

Document Type: Letter
Date: 19 Sep 1742
Correspondent: Edward Collingwood
Recipient: Bishop of Durham
Archive Source: DUL CCB B 182 121
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Chirton: Sept: 19. 1742

My Lord,

In obedience to your Lordship’s request, and in pursuance of a Notice of the reference you mention, which I had received from Mr Rudd, I fully purpose, God willing, to be att Durham this evening, when I shall do myself the honour to wait upon your Lordship.

I am My Lord Your Lordship’s most obedient humble servant

E <A> Collingwood
There was an Edward Collingwood (1694-1779) at Chirton in 1734. Appears to be a stray letter outside the context and date range of the rest of the collection

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