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I think it necessary to apprise you that in my opinion you will not be safe in taking paper money on Executions without the consent of the parties: and in those which I have sent to you that consent I believe can not be obtained This is a matter however which I mention to you in confidence for your own safety. I would not wish to have much said about it, till you should be under a necessity of...
Received of John Thomas by the hands of John Laurence Twenty seven pounds for damages in the above suit and Twenty six pounds for Costs. ADS , New-York Historical Society, New York City. Thomas had served or was serving as sheriff of Westchester County, New York. After resigning as judge advocate of the Continental Army in 1782, Laurance resumed the practice of law in New York City. Peter and...