RepositoryCheshire Record Office
ReferenceDDS 21/10
TitleCopy of a Letter to Sir G. Warren (from Edward Downes)
Date30 Aug 1781



As it is inconvenient to Me to have the Sale of Worth delayed, & as You have had the lowest Terms positively stated, '(which are much too low)' & such particulars sent, as must enable You with your own knowledge of the Estate to say in a Word, whether or Not You chase to buy it, I shall therefore think Myself at liberty to sell it to the best bidder, if I have not your [decisive agreement] 'final resolve' to purchase [from You] by return of the Post. I am, Sir, Your hble.servt.


Mark: None. Aug.30.1791./Copy to/Sir C.Warren.
Physical DescriptionPaper: 1 sheet 7" wide by 9", written one side only; page torn from a cash book; lower part of the letter torn away across the whole width of the sheet. All the remains of the signature is the top loop of an E and the typical continuation stroke by which Edward Downes carries the final d of Edward into the capital initial of Downes.
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