Derby the 30th: Decbr 1707

Sir If my proposall for Supplying with Copper be the most reasonable And if my Lord should accept thereof, then I am to beg a favor of you as viz

That in considderration of the trouble and charg I may be att in vending hyring a servant and house for that business I will give you foure pounds per ton to take that part from my hands

Youre moniers being many can doe that busines if you thinke itt convenient

On the 11th: Ianry I designe to be at Lower Redbrooke neare Monmouth and stay there till the 7th: Febry then returne to London

If any new matter arises in this busines during my absence I shall esteeme itt as an honor done mee if you will please to advise

Sir Your Most Faithfull Servantt,

Tho: Chambers

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