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Document 41, Letter from Mr Donkin to Ralph Heron, 17 August 1783

Ra: Heron Esqr* Dear Sir
Sandhoe 15 August 1783 Mr Errington left Sandhoe on the Morning
before the arrival of the Case so that I had not an
opportunity of consulting him. The Case is
certainly very concise and much to the Purpose
yet it will, I think, meet Mr E.’s Ideas more agreeably
with some small variations wh[ich?] [I’ve?] made
and wish you would be pleased [???]
prepared and corrected & either [??]
therewith, and the other continued as [it?] [is?]
for his Opinion.- Mr E. will be in Newcastle
on Saturday Evening, and I will wait upon
you on Monday or any Time sooner
that you advise necessary. I am
Dr Sir
Your Obedt Hble Servt
Jno Donkin

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