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Letter from Arthur Dobbs to Charles Wyndham, Earl of Egremont
Dobbs, Arthur, 1689-1765
February 23, 1763
Volume 06, Pages 965-966

[B. P. R. O. Am. & W. Ind. Vol. 214.]
Governor Dobbs to Secretary Lord Egremont.

Brunswick 23d Feby 1763.

My Lord,

This accompanies a Duplicate of my letter to Your Lordship of the 30th of April last to which I beg leave to refer and to the printed Journal herewith sent for the proceedings of the Assembly therein mentioned. I must also refer your Lordship to the Minutes of Council now sent to the Board of Trade for their Resolution touching the recruiting for His Maj. service and augmenting the Garrisons

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last summer and to which I have referred your Lordship in my other letter,

I am now to acknowledge the receipt of His Maj. orders relative to the form of prayer for the Royal Family which came to hand last week and was immediately published. This morning I had the Honor of Your Lord's dispatches with the Preliminaries of Peace and His Maj. Proclamation for a cessation of Hostilities which I have ordered to be forthwith published. Permit me to felicitate Your Lordship upon this occasion as well in regard of the British Empire in general as of Your Lordship's being instrumental from your distinguished station in bringing about so glorious an event.

I am with the greatest respect &c.,
ARTHUR DOBBS.


Additional Notes for Electronic Version: This letter enclosed an earlier letter from Dobbs - See Related Documents.