Letter – Thomas Bernard to Shute Barrington – 28 Nov 1798

Document Type: Letter
Date: 28 Nov 1798
Correspondent: Thomas Bernard
Recipient: Shute Barrington
Archive Source: DUL CCB B 182 121
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My Lord,

      I have just rec’d the inclosed from Mr Mowbray with the Copy of the case that was <laid> before Mr Mansfield. It is to the best of my Recollection agreeable to the Dra[ugh]t we settled in the Country. I presume the decision <will> conclude the question against yr. Lp; <upon> a point, which I conceive you co[ul]d not give up without such an Authority.

      I am with sincerest respect Yr Lps obliged & Faithful Servt.

      Tho Bernard
Date obscured but refers to documents sent to Bernard for perusal with Arthur Mowbray’s letter dated 25 November 1798, and so is dated here 3 days later

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