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210
I wish to get the Hounds in next week. I should be obliged to you if you would collect those in your neighbourhood, and if you let me know where to send for them or come for them I will do so.
I think we shall have a pretty good lot of Foxes.
Believe me,
My dear Sir,
Yours very faithfully, Ringmer, 14th August, 1821.                             William Cator.
Lewes, 1821.
I am directed by the Committee to forward to you a list of Subscribers, and to request the favour of you, to grant permission for the Hounds to hunt your country; and further to acquaint me if it is your pleasure to become a subscriber, in support of the Establishment.
* I am directed also to inform you, that this application for your country is with the concurrence of Col. Wyndham.
I have the honour to be,
Your most obedient, humble Servant,
William Newman, Secretary.
PRESENT SUBSCRIBERS.
Guineas.
Lord Gage.................... 100
C. C. Cavendish, Esq........... 50
Captain ShifTner, R.N.......... 25
W. Campion, Esq., of Danny.. 25
Reverend W. Courthope........ 25
Robert Todd, Esq.............. 25
King Sampson, Esq............ 25
Henry Doughty, Esq.......... 25
Guineas.
Troop of Artillery..............    25
H. Campion, Esq..............     10
Reverend P. Crofts............     10
Charles Craven, Esq...........     10
J. M. Goble, Esq.........____    10
-----Russell, Esq...............    10
James Eyre, Esq...............    10
T. Hobson, Esq...............    10
Subscriptions to be paid into the hands of Messrs Hirly and Co., Lewes Bank ; or Sir James Esdail and Co., London ; half immediately (being due on the 25th of March) the other half to be paid on the 29th of September.
* This paragraph is only sent to the neighbourhood of the Shoreham River.
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