Savannah 29 Novr. 1780
My Dear Sir
I wrote you by YOUNG [?] & you will now receive the one which was stopt by Mr. SEYMOUR. I think I was pretty full in that as to every part of your letter of the 14th.
The Govr. has also wrote you fully & I am hopeful in every respect satisfactory.
Your of the 19th alarmed us much & we were for some days in the most anxious state of Suspence – when you found things were not so bad as you then expected – it would have been well to have run another express to have relieved us from the apprehension we were in about you.
I have sent by the Boat a Barrel of Irish Beef & I hope shall prove good.
Bugg Bennefield & Prisoners in Chas. Town are teiring us to bring their trial – pray exhibit the Charges against them.
I am sorry Major MOORE sent down the Indico – it had better have taken its Chance at Augusta – for they look upon it as entirely taken from them.
I am with great regard Dr. Sir
Georgia Historical Society, John Graham Papers, Collection No. 320.
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