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Letter from Henry Eustace McCulloh to Richard Bennehan
McCulloh, Henry Eustace, d. ca. 1810
October 08, 1772
Volume 09, Page 345

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[From MS. Records in Office of Secretary of State.]
Letter from Henry Eustace McCulloh to Richd Bennihan Esq,


Halifax 8th Oct. 1772.

Sir,

At the instance of my Cousin Mr. Benj. McCulloch, I have taken the liberty to inclose you 3 advertisemts summoning the people with whom I may have any business in your parts, to meet me at your house on the days therein mentioned. Your universal Character makes me flatter myself you will be so good as to excuse the freedom I have taken, and any trouble it may occasion you; and for which I shall be happy to make you every return which will prove agreeable to you. Be so good as to have one of these Advertisements put up at Boyd's place, one at my friend Mr Thos Hines, and the other in such place as will be most effectual; Your kind assistance in endeavouring that the people give me the punctual meeting, will much oblige Sir

Your very Obed. Servt
HENRY E. McCULLOH.

P. S. I propose being at your house th Thursdy Eveng