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Colonial and State Records of North Carolina
Letter from Richard Caswell to Samuel Cornell and John London
Caswell, Richard, 1729-1789
Volume 11, Pages 691-692

[From Executive Letter Book.]


You are to be conducted by the Guard to the place of your landing, from whence you are to go on board the Edwards. You are

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permitted to come on shore this afternoon, in order to give Mr. Cornell an opportunity of making an Inventory of the several articles of his house Furniture, the names of his family and also the names of his servants, which he also propose conveying with him. Mr. London may avail himself of this permission to come on Shore—but neither he or Mr. Cornell to proceed further, into the Town, than Mr. Cornell's dwelling House. Mr. Cornell's Inventory to be laid before me in Council, Friday morning next at ten O'clock, for which purpose an officer will attend Mr. Cornell to receive the same.