Thomas Westbrook letter to William Pepperrell, York, 1734
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Thomas Westbrook of York, the King's mast agent, wrote to William Pepperell of Kittery, mentioning the possibility of war, and asking whether Pepperell wanted him to charter a vessel and ship a load of small masts, the trees to be procured from Westbrook's land in six weeks to two months time.
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