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Letter from Alexander McCulloch to William Tryon, including Tryon's response
McCulloch, Alexander, d. 1798; Tryon, William, 1729-1788
March 21, 1767 - April 24, 1767
Volume 07, Page 444

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[From MS. Records in Office of Secretary of State.]

May it please your Excellcy

Sir

I'm informed by Mr Henry McCulloh that he is to give you a Bond of a Considerable Sum. I am Willing to be his Security for any Sum my Estate is worth, and this Shall oblige me to sign any Bond that he may leave in your Excellencys hand (perfected by him) as his Security when I have the pleasure of meeting you next at Newbern; and am with truth may it please your Excelcy

Your Excellency's Most Dutyfull Humble Servt
ALEXr McCULLOCH

Halifax March 21. 1767

To the Honble Alex McCulloch—

Sir

You are required agreeable to the above Letter to sign the Bond in the Possession of the Receiver General, as Security for Henry Eustace McCulloh Esqr—By His Excellency's Command Council Chamber 24th April 1767

BENj HERON Sec
To His Excellency William Tryon Esqr