Seale 1326 M.Moor to Lady Jodrell 26 Nov. 1795

Seale 1326 M.Moor to Lady Jodrell 26 Nov. 1795
Seale Family Papers       1794-1796        18thC
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Seale Family Papers:Correspondence to and from members of Seale family of Mount Boone, Hayne family and associates (transcripts) also other material related to Seale and Hayne families c.1650-1812. Property of Seale family, used with permission. Hayne family correspondence purchased by Ray Freeman, now property of Seale family, used with permission.
DHRG No:101491
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Two letters received. Apologies for delay in replying. On arrival of the Queen Charlotte the chief mate said the Jodrell family were embarked for England so MM in constant expectations - On 2 July Mr. & Mrs. M & a maid set off in a post chaise. Only spent 3 days in Exeter, in Salisbury a fortnight, in London, Southampton Street, Covent Garden then Windsor & saw the Royal Family, then a week in Bath a lovely place, then Plymouth for 5 days and so hoped - Between 9 & 10 pm the chaise upset - drunk driver. Mr. & Mrs. M. broke window. MM had 2 black eyes, the Maid a swollen forehead, 5 miles from Collumpton, rescued by a Wellington chaise - MM confined at home for 5 weeks. Mr. J.Most married Miss Coryton of St. Just in Sept. Her fortune £7,500. MM's father very infirm, Mother & Brother & family fairly well, expecting 9th child. Capts.Braithwaite, Heathorpe, Peter Backwood, Mrs. Dan Ough & also Mr. Danbay's mother were dead. Mr. D.married Miss Arundle of Carnogy also Penadee had a son & Heir. Glad Mrs. Cummings was agreeably settled. Mr. H. hoped to shoot a woodcock with Sir P.Jodrell in Burdock Bottoms or catch a conger near Piscators Cove.