Letter from the Earl of Tyrconnel to the Commissioners of the Treasury,
1687 May 19th.
|Main Creator:||Tyrconnel, Richard Talbot, Earl of, 1630-1691|
A letter from Tyrconnell concerning dispute over the election of a person as Surveyor and Comptroller of the Ordnance. He accepts to pass a patent for the promotion of John Gyles and Francis Powie to the posts, but notes that the current Surveyor/Comptroller Albert Cunningham, and another man named Clark, have patents to the same effect. He concludes, "I thought it fitt for me to lett your Lords know what I find relating to the present state of those offices but I shall however proceed in doing my part pursuant to his Majesty's commands..."
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Physical description: 1 p.
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|MS 49,569||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Manuscripts|
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