Seale 1836 J.H.Seale to J.Seale 6 May 1810

Seale 1836 J.H.Seale to J.Seale 6 May 1810
Seale Family Papers       1810 to-date        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.
1810 to-date:Correspondence.
DHRG No:101997
Format:Image File (.jpg)
JHS commanded the Regt. At Exeter from Monday to Thursday while Mrs. Lang was unwell, then came home & had 2 Bn Newmans, Mayor & Justice, J.Smith, Mr. Adams & young Roope to dinner. JHS Carew from Morley & Sir T.Acland from London hoped to qualify as magistrates. Eales was disappointed of the Dedimus & the Chancellor was out of Town, it was all to no purpose - JHS's promotion to Major made Palk's uncle Watty & others very sore, Palk might leave the Regt. - Ld. Rolle said Mr. H.Jodrell should see Mr. Dundas & JHS urged JS to get Mr.Lister to write to him to sort things out: had Mr. Bewicke seen Mr. Artel? - The Quays etc.:- Baker said Hingstan had talked of 200 guineas for his bargain. they said that we(?) had no right to sell being no Creditor, having forfeited by usury :-JHS thought Master Joseph (Holdsworth) would be sworn in. He introduced a resolution that no overseer could relieve paupers without the necessary authorisation; Hine opposed him. JS was needed to come down & oversee his property, though he was useful in London. He could ride JHS's pony, Thatcham? was kept as a stallion Lord Rolle did not know The Reg't's destination - A labourer applied to be Gamekeeper. Mother would like Granville & Thomas to come.