Frans [Francis] van Limborch

E. S. de Beer (ed.), The Clarendon Edition of the Works of John Locke: The Correspondence of John Locke: In Eight Volumes, Vol. 8: Letters Nos. 3287–3648

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3519. Francis Limborch to Locke, 25 April 1704 (3509, 3529)

B.L., MS. Locke c. 13, ff. 236–7.

London 25 April 1704

Honoured Sir

I doe nott question butt Mr Churchill gave you an account last week that I had payde him the £112 and that he had payde me againe the £17: 17: 6 by your order for which j also gave him a pg 277receipt. I humbly begg Pardon I did nott Comply sooner with your desire, butt could nott possibly help itt by the greatt sums I have been oblidged to pay this month. My parents give their most sincere respects to you, to which j humbly crave leave to joyne these off

  • Honoured Sir
  •   Your most oblidgd Humble servant
  • Fran Limborch

Address: For John Locke Esquire These

Endorsed by Locke: F: Limborch 25 Apr. 04 Answered May. 10

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