John Page letter to Mann Page, 1788 October 19

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John Page letter to Mann Page, 1788 October 19


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October the . 19th 1788

My dear Mann

I have directed the Overseers
to do whatever you or Alice may
desire. If the sick want a Doctor as Dr.
Innes is too much engaged to attend
them as they may require, particularly
Patty seems to, send for Dr. Griffin
Old Will should be sent to Dr. Pope
Bob wants a Dr. immediately. When Bristow[?]
returns from Norfolk send [illegible] with the
Money to pay Mr. Andrews his [illegible] College's


Demand against Nathaniel Burwell. If
there be any left him take Care of it for
Burwell's Estate. you may on giving [illegible]
a Receipt ^ to the Executors for your Lawyers Fees for
that Estate take only your Fees making
up your Account with the Receipt [illegible]
& putting it [illegible] ^ in your Desk directed in a sealed Cover
to me the Ballance keep or let Judy
Burwell have 30/ or 40/ of it   I am

affectionately yours John Page

To Mann Page Junior Esquire

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Ink on paper


Page, John, 1744-1808, “John Page letter to Mann Page, 1788 October 19,” Special Collections, John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, accessed November 28, 2022,

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