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Letter from Alured Popple to Charles Talbot, Baron Talbot of Hensol and Philip Yorke, Earl of Hardwicke
Popple, Alured, 1699-1744
July 20, 1732
Volume 03, Pages 348-349

[B. P. R. O. North Carolina. B. T. Vol. 21. P. 108.]
SECRETARY POPPLE TO ATTORNy & SOLr GENl
20 JULY 1732.

To Mr Attorney & Solicitor General

Gentlemen

Mr Smith Chief Justice and Chief Baron of North Carolina having presented a Repn to my Lords Commissrs for Trade & Plantations stating

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some difficulties he labours under with respect to the Laws of that Province I am commanded to send you a copy of the said Repn and to acquaint you that my Lords have given directions to Mr Smith to attend you upon this occasion to explain more particularly the matters contained in his said Memorial upon which my Lords desire your opinion as soon as may be

I am Your most humble Servt
ALURED POPPLE

Whitehall July 20th 1732.