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Letter from Alured Popple to Josiah Burchet
Popple, Alured, 1699-1744
July 22, 1732
Volume 03, Page 349

[B. P. R. O. North Carolina. B. T. Vol. 21. P. 108.]
SECRETARY POPPLE TO SEC. BURCHETT 1732 JULY 22. (OF THE ADMIRALTY)

To Josiah Burchet Esqre

Sir,

My Lords Commissrs for Trade & Plantations having received from Capt. Burrington His Maj. Govr of North Carolina and from Mr Porter late a Member of His Maj. Council & Judge of the Vice Admiralty Court there several complaints against each other their Lordships command me to send you for the information of the Rt. Hon. the Lords Commissrs of the Admiralty the enclosed copies of so much thereof as relates to the said Court of Admiralty and to acquaint you that my Lords Commissrs have transmitted to Capt. Burrington and Mr Porter copies of the said Complaints respectively in order to their taking and interchaning upon that place such proofs as they may have to support their several charges which my Lords have directed them to transmit hither without loss of time

I am Your most humble Servt
ALURED POPPLE

Whitehall July 22d 1732