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Document 34, p 2

for Mr Tweddell you will send up to
Donkin to transmit to him, unless you
should happen to have any more expe
ditious mode of doing it. Mr Askew
promised me before he left London
to see as many of the Magistrates
as he could & find out, if it would
answer any end with respect to a
Compromise that I should meet them
at Midsummer Sessions & let me know
but hitherto I have not heard from him
perhaps you may have some means
of coming at this knowledge. I understood
from him they expected I shld Make them
a proposition, which I told him I was
willing to do. Pray let me hear from you
I remain your oblig’d and obedt servt
H Errington

Note: Letter from Mr Errington, probably to Mr Heron, 18 June 1783, p 2

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