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and the subject was introduced - I said, as this confounded House stood in the way of an arrangement, I would take the Church land and the allotment above it, making together 3100 Acres which would exclude the House, and that I must seek the remaining 1900 Acres in some other part of the Colony; Capt Fennel afterwards met William and told him, "he believed there would be no more difficulty" - altho' not very sanguine, I went to Govt House on 27th (two days ago) and found Sir Thomas very shifting and not inclined to open the business - However, I began intending to thank him for the Church and School land, but he interrupted me "That land must be reserved, it cannot be granted" "why not Sir Thomas". "It is

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