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Letter from John Pyle to Edmund Fanning
Pyle, John, 1723-1804
March 17, 1766
Volume 07, Page 191

[From MS. Records in Office of the Secretary of State.]
Letter from John Dyle to Coll Edmon Faning

Coll Edmon Faning whereas I have been acttive in publishing and Spreading a Certain piece of wrighting of a Scandelous & Defameing nature against thee, for the Doing of which I am rely sorry. and beg thy pardon; and Since thee Commencd a Sute against me for it, I have been three times at or near thy house in order to make up with thee: but was prevented by thy being from home and had not bodily disorders prevented: I should have waited on thee at this time, in order to have give thee the best satisfaction I Could, but was taken very ill yester Day with a vomiting and purging and am yet very poorly now, therefore I have wrote to thee Earnestly beging thy forgiveness intending if God doth Inable me to behave better in the futer—giving under my hand this Seventeenth of march 1766

JOHN DYLE
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