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Letter from Robert Cholmondeley to the Lords of the Treasury of Great Britain
Cholmondeley, Robert, fl. 1804
June 10, 1759
Volume 06, Page 47

[From MSS. Records in Office of Secretary of State.]
To the Right Honorable the Lords Commissioners of his Majestys
Treasury:

My Lords In Pursuance of a Clause in the Letters Patent granting me the office of Surveyor, and Auditor General of his Majestys Revenues in America—Whereby I am impowered to appoint a Sufficient Deputy or Deputies for the due Exercise and Execution of my said office—such Deputy or Deputies being first approved by the Right Honourable the Lord Commissioners of his Majestys Treasury or the Lord High Treasurer, for the Time being—I do humbly Present to your Lordships, William Lucas of the Temple Esquire in the Room of Alexander McCulloh Esqr as a fit Person to be my Deputy for Executing the office of Surveyor and Auditor of his Majestys Revenues in North Carolina—and I Pray your Lordships Approbation and am

Your Lordships most obedient and most
Humble Servant
R. CHOLMONDELY A. G.

Auditors Office
June 10th 1759