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Your father & the late Peyton Randolph, as securities for John Randolph were answerable to mrs Ariana Randolph for an annuity of an hundred & fifty pounds sterling a year from the death of her husband as long as she should survive him. John Randolph having died insolvent the debt falls on the representatives of your father & on mr E. Randolph as representative of Peyton Randolph, each being...
Your favor of the 21st. inst. is duly recieved. there were originally three securities for mrs Randolph’s annuity, to wit Peter Randolph, Peyton Randolph & your father. Peter Randolph’s estate I have long understood to be no further solvent. consequently the whole liability devolves on yourself and mr Edmund Randolph, each of you being liable for the whole in law, though in justice for only a...
Before I could answer your letter of Feb. 9. I had to write to mr Copeland & await an answer from him. this has been recieved some days, and I hereby, by virtue of the power of attorney from mrs Ariana Randolph to mr Boardley & myself jointly & severally, do release to you the one moiety of the judgment you conferred to Jenning’s executors on her behalf, satisfactory evidence being produced to...
Your favor of Feb. 25. has been duly recieved. my object in wishing to know when a guardian should be appointed to the orphans of the late mr Grymes your brother, was that I might know to whom it would be my duty to transmit an authentic copy of mrs Randolph’s will of which I was the depository. those orphans being the principal legatees, their guardian is the proper person to recieve this...
Your’s of the 11th. is recieved. I find that writing to mr Windham Grymes at the same time as to yourself, I have by mistake mentioned to both that I had inclosed mr Jennings’s letter, whereas I had but one to inclose, and that probably went to mr W. Grymes. Mr Jennings expressing a doubt therein how a particular expression in the will might be construed by our laws, mentioned what the...