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Letter from Richard Caswell to Tipton Washington
Caswell, Richard, 1729-1789
February 27, 1787
Volume 20, Page 623

(From Executive Letter Book.)

Kinston, 27th February, 1787.


Having occasion to send to Holston to try to collect some Money due to me there I have delayed sending out the Proclamation for removing the Inhabitants of the Indian Land & others, that they might go safe by the person I might find. My son Winston now goes on this business. He carries a packet for the Sheriff of your County & Commissions for 16 Lieuts. and as many Ensigns of the Militia of your Regiment to be delivered to you. The Laws are not yet printed that I know of or they should now be forwarded. I shall be glad to hear from you on all occasions and particularly respecting the disposition of the people in general respecting their Return to the Laws & Government of North Carolina.

Any Civilities you may be pleased to shew my son shall be Greatly acknowledged by Sir,

Your most Obedient Servt.,