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Seale 0256 From J Seale No date 1773?   Seale Family Papers      1770-1775 18thC
DHRG No. 100417
Request for catalogue of young trees growing in nursery with prices. Thanks for carp sent, all dead the next day. Servant would collect a few more if available.

Seale 0257 C.Remon (junior) to John Seale 15 April 1773   Seale Family Papers      1770-1775 18thC
DHRG No. 100418
Captain Halton going to Dartmouth. J.S. the principal benefactor at the Chapel of St. Aubin. Mr. Bisson by death of Mr. Hue, Rector of St. Brelade's insisted that nominations of Chapel Minister belonged to him. Founders of the Chapel to present petition to the King that it was their's. Expense involved 30 determined residents.

Seale 0258 J. Seale to C. Remon jnr. reply to (0257) 1773   Seale Family Papers      1770-1775 18thC
DHRG No. 100419
Thanks for copy of Petition to the King about the Chapel of St. Aubin - vessel's return to Jersey. J. Seale junior proposer. French visit for 3 or 4 months to learn French. J.S. senior proposed Caen. Mr. Remon had said that some of his family had been there. J.S. senior asked about a possible residence with sober family and about terms. Suggested that John take a companion & servant.

Seale 0259 To Mr. Skinner Probably April 1773 or earlier   Seale Family Papers      1770-1775 18thC
DHRG No. 100420
Compliments and thanks to Mr. Skinner for obliging ticket & offer of the Red Birds.

Seale 0260 J. Seale to Mr. Remon Jnr. Probably April 1773 or rather later   Seale Family Papers      1770-1775 18thC
DHRG No. 100421
Thanks for favour & contents. Captain Horton returning to Jersey. Jack in London his return unknown. Excursion to France put off for that year. A connection likely to fix him at home.

Seale 0261 J. Seale to Mr. Remon? Jnr. Probably April 1773 or rather later   Seale Family Papers      1770-1775 18thC
DHRG No. 100422
Captain Horton brought favour for which thanks. He is now returning Sale of rents & the rest of J.S.'s estate in Jersey. J.S. leaves decision to Mr. Reman? J.S. concerned about rents.

Seale 0262 Wm. Seward to John Seale 9 March 1774   Seale Family Papers      1770-1775 18thC
DHRG No. 100423
Received J.S.'s letter, will forward letter from J.S. to Mr. Mauger by Jersey Coaster. W.Seward came from St. Aubin (Jersey), is 55 years old, remembers J.S. 40 years ago, his second son had been in Barcelona,(has 4 other sons & 1 daughter) so knew Henry Seale who had died there.

Seale 0263 J.Hutchings to Worshipful John Seale (Senior) 7 Oct. 1774   Seale Family Papers      1770-1775 18thC
DHRG No. 100424
Mr. Kendall offered list their parishioners had returned to serve as Way-wardens. Soper & Pering if chosen would oppose the bridge; if Weeks & Ash were chosen Mr. Hutchings would have it built in a month at farthest - 10m was on list.

Seale 0264 Royal Menu Tuesday 15 Nov. 1774   Seale Family Papers      1770-1775 18thC
DHRG No. 100425
Menu's for Their Majesties Dinner & Supper & for others.

Seale 0265 John Seale Senior to W. Newcomen No Date 1774?   Seale Family Papers      1770-1775 18thC
DHRG No. 100426
Thanks for information concerning J.S's quay & Corporation. Mr. Madock & men had been assured of indemnification. Request to be kept informed.

DHRG No. 100427
Box of Listing arrived. Sugar & Lemons sent. Mr. Youlden asked to buy rum & brandy. No green tea or India goods sold. Unhealthy abroad. Several crew members buried. Bill unknown to father enclosed in his letter. Unable to find articles mentioned. Bill for blue stripe wallpaper? J.S. junior to get Trist to discharge it. Father better but not quite well. E.S. has headache. Will write to Furly & Vivian.

DHRG No. 100428
Letter from J.S. junior. He & sister at Mt. Boon in morning, has licence for Townstal so must be married there. Request for C.H. to come that evening. Great objections to sleeping at Mt. Boon next day. Great objections to marrying at Townstal, would prefer own church (St. Saviour's?)

Seale 0268 J. Seale junior to Mr. Harris? No Date 1775   Seale Family Papers      1770-1775 18thC
DHRG No. 100429
IN last letter from Exeter J.S. junior soon quitting County upon a scheme long planned; money might have been saved. Not approved of by Mr. H? Provided by Father with ''genteel'' fortune. Safe arrival in London. Happiness for Sarah with her small fortune.

DHRG No. 100430
NB. Part of letter upsidedown.
Safe arrival in Town. Rooms inconvenient. Thoughts of changing them soon. Both aware of limits of fortune Mr. Marsh's death: left all to servant. Noisy traffic. First day indoors. London very pleasant, moderately expensive, many invitations alleviate expenses, return invitations expected onlyto tea. Not moving due to nearness of friends.

DHRG No. 100431
All arrived in London - Inconvenient lodging. The journey. Sister went as far as Bridport, night at excellent Harford Bridge Inn. Compliments from Sir W. & Lady Buller & Ladies, also going to London. Not been out of lodging since arrival; noisy traffic. Happy to carry out commands. Apologies no frank.

Seale 0271 Sir. Fredk. Rogers to John Seale (junior) 16 April 1775   Seale Family Papers      1770-1775 18thC
DHRG No. 100432
Congratulations & best wished on marriage. Hopes to pay compliments when settled, and that J.S. senior & A.M.S. are well. Sir F.R. has gout.

DHRG No. 100433
J.S. junior & Mrs. S.S. just returned from London. Thanks to Sir F. & Lady R. Hopes to entertain them when settled. Concerned about Sir.F.R's health. Father & Mother quite well.

Seale 0273 J. Seale (junior) to J. Seal (senior) 21 April 1775   Seale Family Papers      1770-1775 18thC
DHRG No. 100434
Gawler very busy, unaware J.S. junior was drawing so much more money than Charles Hayne had said. Sending £250 to J.S. senior. Keeping back £50. The remaining £250 to be sent soon afterwards. This letter to be paid for.

Seale 0274 J. Seale (junior) to Mrs. A.M.Seale No Date End of April 1775   Seale Family Papers      1770-1775 18thC
DHRG No. 100435
Mrs. A.M.S. should choose her silk & inform J.S. junior: who was willing to oblige especially close friends & thoses close to him. Half a sheet used. Fathers bills wrapped in that paper. Sally (Mrs. Sarah Seale?) well.

Seale 0275 J. Seale (junior) to Mrs. A.M.Seale 24 April 1774 = 1775?   Seale Family Papers      1770-1775 18thC
DHRG No. 100436
Nearly completed AMS.'s commissions. Required A.M.S.'s choice of patterns enclosed. Very warm in London so may leave soon. Requires to know size of inner room for carpet & furniture needed. Eager to be of use to AMS.No patterns for Miss S. as no commission from her. Silk referred to The Fantheon & Exhibition. Information in the Chronicle. J.S. junior would like advice on housekeeping.