Letter of Robert Brooke, 1737 May 24.
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May 27- 1737 Sr. I am very sorry for your so great indisposition I heartily wish you a speedy recovery & perfect health We should be very glad to have a plat of Potowmack as soon as possible and I was in hope we might have had it this week or the beginning of next, and as the duties of your offices interfere with each other I think that of least consequence ought to give way to the greater, but this I leave to your own judgement I am Sr. Yr. Mt. hble servt. WB To Majr. Brooke Note I did not receive this till ye 27th
1737 May 27th
To Coll. Beverley