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Letter from James Green to Willie Jones
Green, James, ca. 1737-1784
July 28, 1778
Volume 13, Page 463

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JAMES GREEN JR TO WILLIE JONES, HILLSBOROUGH.
[From Ms. Records in Office of Secretary of State.]


New Bern 28th July 1778.

Dr. Sir:

Within you have a receipt Shewing I have agreeable to your's and Mr. Hooper's Engagement with me, Corrected the Journals of the House of Commons at the first Sitting of the Assembly at New Bern.

You will also find they were done in a few weeks after the agreement made; I think the Assembly Adjourned some time in December and Mr. Davis rec'd the Journals 10 Jany following. Please to get me the allowance for this Service, in the House, at the Committee, or on the Estimate, either of which will be agreeable to.

Sir, Your obed. Servt.
JAS. GREEN, jun.

Rec'd New Bern Jany 10 1778 from Jas. Green jun. Corrected Journals of the House of Commons, of the first Session of Assembly held at New Bern under the present political State.

JAMES DAVIS.