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Document 69, p 2

and honorable Compromise was agreed upon
it will I think be advisable for us to halt
here till I shall have seen my Council, which
I will do as soon after I get to town as
I can. a reference to a Jury will most probably
be the end of the business, this I apprehend
will be most agreeable to all parties, as it
will free the Justices from any censure from
those, who have been the advocates of violence
and oppression and will also be a satisfaction
to themselves to think they have done their
utmost. but another consideration weighs
likewise, it will render an act of Parlt
useless at least it strikes me in that light
but you shall hear more when I have seen
Mr Scott. I wish you the Compts of the season
and remain Dr Sir Your oblig’d & obedient
Red-Rice Humble Servt
Dec 21 1786 H: Errington

Note: Letter from Henry Errington to Ralph Heron, 21 December 1786, p2

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