Business letter to Randle Hulse Moale
March 5, 1823
William Worthington Haly was 15 years old when this was written.
William Worthington Haly died 28 years, 9 months, 21 days after writing it.
It was written 200 years, 22 days ago.
It was a Wednesday.
Philadelphia, March 5, 1823
R. H. Moale, Esq.
Stork’s Counsel has this moment served a Rule upon me to show cause on Saturday next, why he should not be discharged on Common Bail and also to show cause of action–you will therefore be good enough to procure me Wm’s affidavit of the debt. & that no part of it has been paid to him–He admitted the note here, but it was qualified with a statement of setoff. I transmit you a copy of the note, in order to identify it.
Shall I beg your attention to the subject of my last to which I have as yet received no answer. In case your affid’t does not reach me by Saturday next I will have the Rule enlarged---
Very Truly Yours
Wm. W. Haly
$352.33 Baltimore, May 14, 1822
Received of M.Tomas Williams three hundred fifty two dollars 33/100 which I promise to pay when demanded, signed, Henry Stork