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Letter from Richard Caswell to John Gray Blount
Caswell, Richard, 1729-1789
April 24, 1787
Volume 20, Pages 682-683

GOV. CASWELL TO JOHN G. BLOUNT, ESQUIRE.
(From Executive Letter Book.)

Kinston, 24th April, 1787.

Dear Sir:

By my son Winston I forwarded a letter to Mr. William Blount under the cover of which is enclosed his Comn. as a Deputy from this State to the Convention, also hard Money to the value of £128 at 12, and a warrant in favour of Mr. Spaight for £64 for which Cash was exchanged with him at the same rate; the money & the warrt. amot. to £192, which is equal to a sum I drew from Capt. Davis in my own name, therefore to exonerate me from that charge and place it to the account of Mr. William Blount please to send me a Recet.

I also send a warrant in favor of W. B. for £64, the amot. of these two warrants can be obtained from Mr. Reed and I hope you will receive it in Time to remit to W. B. However, I have no doubt of your having any difficulties on that accot. as I know you can draw bills upon the spot when the Convention will sit. You will be pleased to forward the Letter to W. B. from Washington by such

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Conveyance as you think proper or let Winston take it to Mr. Spaight at New Bern.

I am very respectfully, Dear Sir,
Your most obedt. Servt.,
R. CASWELL.