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PALLISER TO MESSRS. BAYNE AND BREYMER,
OFFERING TO SUPPORT THEM IN ANY UNDERTAKING FROM BRITAIN
TO COAST OF LABRADOR.
B. T. Newfoundld VOL. 18. T. 94.
GENTLEMEN,—Since I saw you I have seen Mr Darby, who says he is going out of Town to morrow, but will call upon you to Day, he will Account with you any way that will be most Agreeable, (without being a looser himself) for your Effects received into his Care at the request of Wm Lead Your Agent on the Coast of Labradore, in Consequence of my Order to him to quit the Exclusive Possession pretended to be granted to you by Governor Murray, should you meet with any Difficulty in Adjusting Your Accounts with Darby, or if any of Your Effects in Leads Inventory are not Accounted for, if you will give yourselves the trouble at any time to call upon me, you shall have every Assistance in my Power for preventing any Real Loss attending, Your disappointment, occasion'd by my Order for Your quitting those Irregular Monopolizing Possessions on that Coast, and I wish to be usefull to you in any undertaking from Britain to that Coast, in that Case you shall have the utmost Protection & Assistance that can be regularly given without Prejudice to other Adventurers.—
Your most Obedt Servt
London 8th Febry 1766.
To Messrs Bayne and Breymer.
Copy of a Letter from Govr Pallisser to Messrs,
Bayner & Breymer relative to the Loss they
sustained by being Warned to quit the Post they
possessed on the Coast of Labrador.
In Govr Pallisser's letter of 2d May 1766.
Read May 2. T. 94.