Letter from Edward Pease, Darlington to Leonard Raisbeck, Stockton-upon-Tees

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1828-02-27
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Informing Raisbeck of his non-attendance at a meeting.

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Identifier:
RAIS/4/1/7
Transcription:
Mr frd L Raisbeck
I would just say I do not think it of any importance unless quite convenient to you (R Jackson, J Wilkinson & thyself) to come up to the meet'g
Mewburn wrote requesting such a meet'g saying “ it was one of Lord Shaftesbury freaks”, after our adertiz'ns had gone to the papers he wrote, he had seen “Sherlock who told him it was wholly unnecessary, & desired “him not to give himself any trouble about it”__which after all was arranged & fixed We read that we contemplate the meet'g as unimportant and in fact altogether unnecessary

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We have wrote the distant members to meet at 12 instead of 11-as the attendance of a burial will keep some of us away till near that hour -- With much Regard
Thy frd
Edward Pease
“2'd Reading parl no Enemy appeared”

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