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Letter from William McCawley to Thomas Burke
McCawley, William
April 14, 1782
Volume 16, Page 593

MAJOR WM. McCAULEY TO GOV. THOS. BURKE.


Sunday Morning, April ye 14th, 1782.

May it please your Excellency—

Sir:

I took a walk through the Different Rooms amongst the mimbers, and hass Heard them talk about Governor for the Ensuing year. Messrs. Saml. Johnston, Sharp and Martin, together with yourself hath been much Debated, you, sr., Supposed to be under a Parol, and the way that you left Charlestown is much Debated. Your friends are very Stadfast, and with a little of your assistance when a house is made, to be laid before them, I Doubt not but to have Success. If any other thing should Turn up worthy your Notice you Shall know it all from

Your Excellency’s obedt. and Humble Servt.,
WM. McCAULEY.

N. B.—Neither myself nor any Militia officer in town have got any paper to Make Returns to your Excl. for provisions or to me; if your Excl. Could Suply would much oblidg.,

Yours, as above,
WM. MC.
To His Excellency Govr. Burke.