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I having done myself the honour for to write to your Excellency on the 27th of July the last year, and to transmit along therewith a list of the different Manufacturies in the linen branch of bussiness in Scotland, and as I did do so with a vow to be of some use to the States of America, and also to serve the Mississippi Company, of which Company my brother Robert Woddrop, late factor &...
I have this day sent off this letter for your Excellency to the Ambassador from the States of North America at the Court of London. And which is chiefly to advise you, Sir, that I do now know, for certain, of one hundred heads of familys, and who, with their Wives and Children &ca will make a Number of five hundred & fifty, or Six hundred persons, And all natives of Scotland, who propose for...
As I have wrote some letters to your Excellency, sometime ago, but no certainty of them being come to the hand of your Excellency. I am uneasy till I know if the same letters, came duly to hand, and have given no offence in sending them to you, and the more so, in case of any impropriety in my sending the same to your Excellency. As I am unknown to yourself. But some regard in my mind, towards...
Having wrote some letters and sent them to your Excellency at London sometime ago and by Post, no answer coming from your Excellency, directed to me, to any of the letters I did send to your Excellency.—I am thinking, I may have been guilty of some impropriety, in sending such letters as I have done, or else, the Address to your Excellency must have been wrong in me. In whatever manner I may...
I do in the most becoming and with the most due respect, humbly Solicit the favour of your Excellency, for to be informed, if my former letters came to your Excellencys’ hand. If they have come to your hand, I will be glad to have such an answer as may appear to your Excellency, for to send to me, relative to the contents of these letters. Your Excellency may be also assured, that any...
Since the 28th of November, the last year, think I did myself the honour for to write to your Excellency; by different opportunitys of some of the Glasgow Ships: bound to the State of Virginia. And the letters, went under cover to John Buckley, Esquire, Clerk to the house of Delegates, in Virginia. I do refer your Excellency, to these letters, and also, I do beg leave for to refer, the Honb....