TOWNSEND, John

National Archives, Kew CO48/46, 51

79 High Street

Mary le Bone

28 July 1819

Sir,

The writer of this is a respectable young man who has a brother and sister settled at the Cape of Good Hope who went out with the Governor & who would wish to emigrate there for the service of agriculture and who would esteem it a great favour to be made acquainted with the particulars.

I remain your humble servant

J. TOWNSEND

 

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National Archives, Kew CO48/46, 65

79 High Street

Mary le Bone

4 Aug 1819

Sir,

I received your letter of instruction in answer to mine and am ready to deposit 10£ for myself as I know of no other persons going out with whom I could join. If this should meet your approbation I should be oblight to be favoured with further instructions.

I remain

Your Lordship's most obedient humble servant

John TOWNSEND

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