Wythe to John Norton, 7 May 1770

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George Wythe writes to John Norton again and asks for him to send the books that he lists in the letter. Enclosed with the letter, Wythe asks Norton to add the Journals of the House of Commons since 1766 to the list in the main letter.

Letter text

Page 1

Mr. John Norton
Merchant in London

Page 2

Dear Sir,

I beg the favour of you to get the under-mentioned books, and send them by an early opportunity to
Your humble servant
G. Wythe
7th May 1770

Books to be sent to G.W.

Andrews' reports
Atkyns' reports
Bunbury's reports
Burrow's reports
Fortescue's reports
Foster's reports
Melmoth's reports
Shower's cases in parliament


Be pleased to add to the catalogue in the letter the journals of the house of commons since 1766.
8: May 1770
To Mr. Norton

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