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Letter Mentioning a Meeting with Mr Watt

Author(s): Mitchell, David

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160 West George Street, Glasgow
Dr Mitchell
Sunnybank, Moffat
26 Sep 1877

Dear Sir


I saw Mr
Watt, found him
most reasonable.
He at once made
your proposal to
half it, without
interest. He is,
however, to see
his [entitlements],
and meet one
at half past
nine oclock tomorrow.
I
shall thereafter
see the Town Clerk
of Ayr. Thanks
for your assistance
of course no settlement
shall be made till
all parties consent

Yours truly
David Mitchell.

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Letter Mentioning a Meeting with Mr Watt

Document Information

Document ID 543
Title Letter Mentioning a Meeting with Mr Watt
Year group 1850-1900
Genre Personal writing
Year of publication 1877
Place of publication Aberdeen, Scotland
Wordcount 77

Author information: Mitchell, David

Author ID 161
Forenames David
Surname Mitchell
Gender Male
Year of birth 1815
Locations where resident Aberdeen