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Document 43, p 3

others, & I hope without any offence to
the bench what relates to the application to Parlt.
I have stated in the light I understood it, & which
of course was the ground of my mode of
proceeding. I have desir’d him to communicate
it to the bench so most probably you will
see it. I remain Dr Sir
Your oblig’d
Red Rice near Andover Obedient Humble Servt
Oct 5 1783 Heny Errington

Note: Letter from Henry Errington to Ralph Heron, 5 October 1783, p 3

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