Seale 1816 J.H.Seale to J.Seale Reply to JS 22 Feb.- 26 February 1808

Seale 1816 J.H.Seale to J.Seale Reply to JS 22 Feb.- 26 February 1808
Seale Family Papers       1806-1809        19thC
Category Descriptions
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:101977
Format:Image File (.jpg)
JHS agreed with JS about Dartmouth policies, except Immediate communication with Holdsworth about nomination of JHS after E.Bastard's dissolution. JS should be very careful about Holdsworth, who had other views & might appeal to the Minister leading to the exclusion of JS's interest. Uncle met Mr. Bastard in Bath, he had a complaint in his chest. D-n would not stand himself but there were many who would wish JHS to be in that position like the family of Hunt & H of Hardness, but neither of them were likely to support him. The question of free men's sons having the right of their freedom. Glad JS took notice of young Smith. Sir T.Turton's motion might help the Carnatic case. Ld.W.Bentiken had informed Mr. Stone that Ld. Rolle had presented the Memorial. The Hind had the conveyance for JS of the lime Kiln from Mr. Payn drawn up by Mr. Tucker; Mr. Netherton's offer of his part had no sinister meaning. Had JS lodged money with Charles's agent for him? Possible profit for JS selling Cider in London. Did JS get the Sherborne Mercury? Mrs. J.Seale had 6 white wine. JS dept for Port