- Comments (0) Change font
If columns/tables do not appear straight, change font
Mr Mulcaster. Newtonhall 5th March 1775 I beg you will attend in a particular manner to what I read you over in Mr Stevensons Letter Viz the Commissioners desire of our taking every step in our power to discover and bring to Justice the Persons concerned in the atrocious crime at Langley Mill. It is only because I think it is my Duty that I repeat this thing to you. I am sure Mr Mulcaster you have everything relating the Mill so much at Heart, that you consider yourself as much engaged in the discovery as a Man can be, and consequently that you will do everything in your power to come at particulars. I wish every matter for the future to go on in a manner the most agreable to yourself and am Yours very truly N W Junr Ps. If there is any difficulty about the Kams fixing pray send Willy Laybourne down with the Model upon which the Paper is pasted, but say nothing of this unless a difficulty should arise.