I am much obliged to you for your favour of the 1st instant. I shall set off in a few Days for Halifax and shall come round home by the way of Edenton where I hope to be by the 21st or 22d of June. My Intention in this Circuit is to hold a Court of oyer and terminer to keep the People in some Bounds and to convince them that a power of punishment remains altho the Court Law is expired. When I have the pleasure of seeing you, I will give you the Trouble of ar McCulloh. Be pleased to give my Respects to Mr Rome, and tell him he has made me very happy by the Information in his Letter and that I shall settle with him when I come to Edenton. I write to Mr Johnston and inclose him the precept for summoning a Jury. If he should happen to be absent I beg the favor of you to open the Letter and follow the Directions I have used the Freedom to give him.