Seale 1834 J.H.Seale to J.Seale 19 April 1810 Answered 25 April

Seale 1834 J.H.Seale to J.Seale 19 April 1810 Answered 25 April
Seale Family Papers       1810 to-date        19thC
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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.
1810 to-date:Correspondence.
DHRG No:101995
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What was preventing the conclusion of their business? JS's banker Mr. Bosanquet was the most likely to succeed with his relation the Deputy Chairman. It was very necessary for Mr. Bewicke to wait on Mr. Askell , connection of his about Lady Jodrell 's affair, 4 the Directors did not help Mr.Lister should get Mr. Dundas to make an application to the Directors & if no positive response then they should complain to the House of Commons. Mr. H.Jodrell was unwell, he wrote to Paulina; the Directors were worse than ever, no reply to Mr. Dundas's recommendation. No reply from Lord Rolle or the Regiment. Who appointed the Commissioners of Land Tax etc? JHS would like his name put forward. Lady Jodrell was staying with JHS & family - A Lugger went into dock on Tuesday. JHS sent Newcombe £125 up to March 1809. Newcombe wanted the remainder but JHS could not send more - Old Pinson was dead; he left his son Wadstray & divided the rest among his other children. Had JS paid the Evening Mail bill & settled Thomas Pike the breeches? Apologies for these trivial matters.