304 | To John Temple

    Castle William Sepr. 29th. 1764


    I have this day received yours of Augst: 28th:2 & am very glad you have made the representation to the Lords of the Treasury which you have mentioned as it will give me an opportunity to free myself from the difficultys I have laboured under for some time in endeavouring to make my Obedience to the orders of my Superiors & to the dictates of my own sense of my duty reconcilable with the desire I have had to maintain a friendly intercourse with you.

    I am with all due regard Sir Your most Obedt. humble Servant

    Fra Bernard

    The Honble John Temple Esqr: Surveyor General

    L, RLbC Temple Papers, 1762-1768: Cockle’s Suspension, 201.