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Letter from Richard Caswell to John Gray Blount
Caswell, Richard, 1729-1789
July 20, 1786
Volume 18, Page 692

GOV. CASWELL TO HON. JOHN GRAY BLOUNT.
[From Executive Letter Book.]

Kingston, July 20th, 1786.

Sir:

Herewith you will receive copies of a Resolution of the State of Virginia, and a letter from Mr. Randolph, proposing the time and place of meeting of the Deputies from the different States, a Copy of the Resolution of Massachusetts on that head, a copy of the resolution of Pennsylvania and their appointment of Commissioners on the same subject, and a Copy of the Resolve of Council, of this State, recommending the appointment of Deputies.

The Commission forwarded you a few days past, is expressive of the duties required of the Commissioners of this State, but as it may be proper for you to have a full information on the business as I am able to give, these papers are forwarded to you, with a request you will be pleased to have copies made and transmitted to Mr. Nash and Mr. Williamson as soon as practicable. I would not give you this trouble but your brother, Col. Williams, is waiting, and I have not time, to get the other Copies made, you will please to observe that I answered Mr. Randolph's letter, and informed him the Executive was advised to appoint Commissioners agreeable to the Tenor of your Commission.

I am with much Esteem, Sir, your ob. Servt.,
R. CASWELL.