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HAM/1/4/2/2

Letter from Frederick Hamilton to John Dickenson

Diplomatic Text


May /86

Sir

      I have receiv'd the favor of yours of the 11th. of
this Inst. from Northampton; and this morning ac=
cording
to your desire I have paid one Thousand
Pounds to your Bankers Meʃsrs. Joseph Jones & Co.
I likewise called upon Miʃs Ann Clarke and paid
her Twenty Five Pounds for both which Sums I
have receiv'd your Receipts. I beg you will present
my best Compts. to Mrs. Dickenson & be aʃsured that
I am with great regard
Dear Sir,
Your faithful Humble Servt.

Frederick Hamilton

Bedford Square
May 13th. 1786[1]

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Sir

      I have receiv'd the favor of yours of the 11th. of
this Instant from Northampton; and this morning according
to your desire I have paid one Thousand
Pounds to your Bankers Messrs. Joseph Jones & Co.
I likewise called upon Miss Ann Clarke and paid
her Twenty Five Pounds for both which Sums I
have receiv'd your Receipts. I beg you will present
my best Compliments to Mrs. Dickenson & be assured that
I am with great regard
Dear Sir,
Your faithful Humble Servant

Frederick Hamilton

Bedford Square
May 13th. 1786

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Metadata

Library References

Repository: The John Rylands Library, University of Manchester

Archive: Mary Hamilton Papers

Item title: Letter from Frederick Hamilton to John Dickenson

Shelfmark: HAM/1/4/2/2

Correspondence Details

Author: Frederick Hamilton

Place sent: London

Addressee: John Dickenson

Place received: unknown

Date sent: 13 May 1786

Letter Description

Summary: Note from Rev. Frederick Hamilton to John Dickenson. He informs Mr Dickenson that, as requested, Frederick Hamilton has paid one thousand pounds to his bankers and passed twenty-five pounds to Miss Anna Clarke for his niece, Mary.
    Dated at Bedford Square, [London].
   

Length: 1 sheet, 92 words

Transliteration Information

Editorial declaration: First edited in the project 'Image to Text' (David Denison & Nuria Yáñez-Bouza, 2013-2019), now incorporated in the project 'Unlocking the Mary Hamilton Papers' (Hannah Barker, Sophie Coulombeau, David Denison, Tino Oudesluijs, Cassandra Ulph, Christine Wallis & Nuria Yáñez-Bouza, 2019-2022).

All quotation marks are retained in the text and are represented by appropriate Unicode characters. Words split across two lines may have a hyphen on the first, the second or both fragments (reco-|ver, imperfect|-ly, satisfacti-|-on); or a double hyphen (pur=|port, dan|=ger, qua=|=litys); or none (respect|ing). Any point in abbreviations with superscripted letter(s) is placed last, regardless of relative left-right orientation in the original. Thus, Mrs. or Mrs may occur, but M.rs or Mr.s do not.

Acknowledgements: XML version: Research Assistant funding in 2017/18 provided by Department of Linguistics and English Language, University of Manchester.

Research assistant: Georgia Tutt, MA student, University of Manchester

Transliterator: Carmen Salas, undergraduate student, University of Seville (submitted November 2017)

Cataloguer: Lisa Crawley, Archivist, The John Rylands Library

Cataloguer: John Hodgson, Head of Special Collections, The John Rylands Library

Copyright: Transcriptions, notes and TEI/XML © the editors

Revision date: 13 April 2020

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