CHAULK, William

National Archives, Kew CO48/42, 309

No.16 Princes Street

Drury Lane

15 Sep 1819

Sir,

Having a desire for emigrating to the Cape of Good Hope settlement I have taken the liberty of enquiring the terms on which I can proceed with Nine Men

I remain your most obed't humble servant

Wm CHAULK

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National Archives, Kew CO48/42, 324

Princes Street

Drury Lane

Wednesday 22 Sept 1819

Sir,

I received your circular letter of the 16th stating the terms of emigrating to the Cape of Good Hope. I should be obliged to you to lett me know whether it will be necessary to send a list of the names & when the deposit is to be paid down. I shall be much obliged if your will inform me whether their will be habitation ready for the settlers.

I am Sir your most obed't humble servant

Wm CHAULK

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