ARMSTRONG & MILLER re Robert DYASON, 1820 Settler

National Archives, Kew CO48/41, 163

35 King St, Greenwich?

27 November 1819

My Lord,

Having the best reasons for believing that the Rbt DYASON late of Faversham Kent, by trade a sadler, is now proceeding to embark on board of some of his Majesties transports for the Cape of Good Home as a settler under the auspices of this Government.

We beg permission to enquire if it be known at this your Lordship's Office on board of what ship the said Robt DYASON is directed to take his passage - he having clandestinely removed himself and all his effects from his late residence without having satisfied his creditors and now stands greatly indebted in a considerable sum of money to

My Lord.

Your Lordship's obedient humble svt

ARMSTRONG and MILLER

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