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Letter from Richard Caswell to Sampson Mosely
Caswell, Richard, 1729-1789
August 28, 1777
Volume 11, Page 598

GOV. CASWELL TO S. MOSELEY, ESQ.
[From Executive Letter Book.]


Dobbs, 28th Aug't. 1777.

Sir:—

I had your fav'r of the 25th inst. inclosing ten dollars. The Resolutions of Congress respecting Admiralty Courts 'tis not in my power to furnish you. I never had but one copy, and I believe that is at New Bern. Your Com'n as Judge of the port of Brunswick, together with that of the Marshall are herewith inclosed, also 41½ dollars. The fees of the Com's are at foot. I congratulate you on the arrival of the prise, and am with respect & esteem,

Sir, Yours &c.,
RICHARD CASWELL.

Fees heretofore allowed Gov'r, now to State, for Judge's Com'n
20.
Do for Marshall's (same as She'fs)
10.
Secretary's fees for each
10.
8
Seal 2.8 each
5.
4
46.