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Letter, Thomas Lane, London, to John Easson

Discussing Easson's account with William Bogdani, his pay, and business with Box & Austin.  29 August 1749.  1 page : 30 x 31 cm.   Easson family Nova Scotia Archives MG 1 vol. 3478 A/4

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Mr. John Eason           London, ye 29 August 1749
          I am favoured with yours of ye 17 June in answer
you have herewith your Account with Wm. Bogdani, Esq. wherein you will
see he has Accounted for your Pay to ye 2 March last and that I have received
of him for ballance £262.13.7 and place of course to your Credit. I am at this
time a Little hurried but as I find Mr. Bogdani has not given you Credit for
ye bill of £5 on Stevens I shall Call on him in a few days and [request ]
advise wither he has reced ye money for it or not.- I am now preparing ye
goods Messrs Box & Austin have wrote for to [send] of Capt. Creige who will
sail very soon what their Amount will be is uncertain till I have in
ye bills of Parcells but whatever money remains in my hands I shall hold
at your disposall I note your Intention of Lodging your future pay in my
hands as it becomes Due for which I thank you and wherein I am [forever]
you here you may allways freely Command —
Your most humble Servant
          Thomas Lane

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