MILLS, Daniel, 1820

National Archives, Kew, CO48/53, 4

9 Harley Street

20 January 1820

Sir,

From the delay which has taken place in the embarkation of my Party for the Cape of Good Hope, a change has taken place in the People. Capt'n YOUNG informed me it is absolutely necessary that I should make out fresh lists, will therefore be infinitely obliged by allowing me to have a blank list to fill up

I have the honour to be Sir

Your most ob't hble serv't

Daniel MILLS

 

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National Archives, Kew, CO48/53, 26

At Messrs. HARRISON

12 New City Chambers

Bishopsgate Street

19 February 1820

Sir,

It is with extreme regret I am under the necessity of troubling you again which has been occasioned by the delay in sailing. There is 3 of my people in the last list who have got into employment & have declined going, for which I have got 3 others in the same situation therefore there will be no alteration in the deposit or anything but changing their names. I hope you will have the goodness to excuse this trouble as can assure you it was not in my power to prevent it

I have the honour to be Sir

Your most ob't hble serv't

Daniel MILLS

 

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