National Archives, Kew CO48/46, 431
4 Sept 1819
I beg leave to inform Your Lordship that agreably to the proposals dated the 20 August, which your Lordship has been pleas'd to favour me with, that Ten Families from the towns of Trowbridge, Bradford and Westbury have united together according to your Lordships directions, to emigrate from this Country to the Cape of Good Hope as Settlers; and are now waiting your Lordships final instructions, to know where they are to deposit their money, and what further directions your Lordship would be pleas'd to give them.
I beg to subscribe myself My Lord
Your Lordships most obedient and humble servant
for the whole