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Letter from Thomas Robeson to Richard Caswell
Robeson, Thomas
January 19, 1778
Volume 13, Page 13

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COL. THOS ROBERSON TO GOV. CASWELL.
[From Executive Letter Book.]

Sir:

I am informed by Mr. James Richardson that he has a mind to make a trial, in recruiting agreeably to the Commission sent him and agreeably to the Commission, it will be very troublesome and expensive, to make a return every month to you at NewBern, that if a return was made once in two months, it would not be so expensive nor troublesome, but he informs he has sent a Bond with security for the money that he is to receive, which I am told is about two hundred pounds. That the Bond is for Wm Johnston and Wm Ellis included as securities, they will be sufficient. I have not any more to add at present, only remain

your humble servant
THOS ROBERSON.

Bladen January 19th 1778.

N. B. If the returns would do to be sent to the printing office in Wilmington it might answer much better.