|Content Description||Says he has sent his [affidavits?] of the duke's debt; states that he has examined the accounts very accurately and that the debt now stands at £1265.7.2½; discusses the election accounts in further detail; refers to some he has copied onto the other side of the letter; mentions some accounts which remain unpaid; adds a post script asking when there is a possibility of receiving money he is owed; discusses the issue of interest payments.|
A section of this letter has been torn away and is missing.
Document also contains a copy of the 'General Bill of the Expenses of the Newark Election 1790'; gives details of various sums paid to individuals and organisations, for example £35.9.6. to the constables, £10.10.0. to Mr Tallents for attendance, or £7.3.6. for eating and drinking during the poll; total amount to be carried over to the general account, £1345.6.3½.
In addition, contains a copy of the 'General Account of Bills for the Election and Petition'.