National Archives, Kew CO48/42, 215
3 Pigeon's Court
August 17th 1819
I have today taken the opportunity to inform you that i have solicited ten in number as the gentleman ordered me and would be very glad to know in what case we are to act in the [hole in paper] going out to the Cape of Good Hope.
Sir your most obed't and humble sevt
National Archives, Kew CO48/42, 227
Clerkenwell, August 20th 1819
As it was the request of you for me to submit a detailed statement of the number of persons who intend settling at the Cape of Good Hope the following is a correct statement of the number, age &c of whom I am fully assured will accompany me to that Colony.
Edward COLE 28 wife 28 2 children 4&1
Ralph PENN 44 wife 33 3 do. 10/4/1
Robert COLE 24
Charles KING 24
Richard KING 22
William LANDSMAN 22 wife 21
All so circumstanced in life as not be able to pay 10 pounds as is reported for their passage therefore if you will oblige by stating the terms satisfactory to all you will greatly oblige your dutiful servant
3 Pidgeons Court