The Mary Hamilton Papers : Letter from Frederick Hamilton to Mary Hamilton

Hamilton, Frederick

The Mary Hamilton Papers

<p style='text-align: justify;'>Letter from Rev. Frederick Hamilton to Mary Hamilton [now Mrs Dickenson]. He writes of her husband's visit to London. He also informs her that £1025 of her heritable bond, the principal capital and interest due, is ready to be paid. On the 13th May the bond will be personal property, which Frederick Hamilton can convey by will to whoever he pleases. He advises Mr Dickenson to make a conveyance of it to him in the name of another person 'as my Trustee to guard against the objection of my appearing both Debitor & Creditor at the same time'. He will write to his agent in Scotland 'for the proper Instrument'. The letter continues with news on family and friends including the education of his daughter, Jane.</p>

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