National Archives, Kew CO48/45, 2
Lords Old Crickett Ground
New Road, Mary Le Bone
Having seen in the news paper a proposal that any Purson taking out with them ten famileys to the Cape of Good Hope upon depositing 100£, Sir I can fulfill that part and make no dout of requiring the stated number of familey aving ad several offers to that efect But at the same time Sir should wish if not too trubelsum to know if after ariving at the Cape thar is any Privistion mad by Goverment to enhabel the familey to be privided for untill sutch times as they may be enhabled to pivide for them selves.
I remain hon'd Sir
You obedient humble sarvent